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This book is a must-read for pros and buffs of espionage and Cold War history.
I think anyone who is fascinated by the Cold War and present-day campaigns, gadgets or just a good read will enjoy this book.
Reading this book is like having a peek into the laboratory of the real Q from the James Bond movies.
As an engineer, I found this book extremely interesting. It tells a great story of tech evolution within the CIA/its predecessor from WW2 to present.Published 29 days ago by jacob
The digitization and miniaturization everywhere in our daily lives has affected tradecraft in the espionage world, too—and sometimes began there before entering the consumer... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Victoria Weisfeld
This book started slow but soon got rolling and held my attention. It was interesting to follow technology as it evolved over time and enhanced the capabilities of the CIA. Read morePublished 1 month ago by N. Chandler
There are many spy tool designs and pictures.
Good spy tool history book.
There are not many new stuffs in this book.
Get the scoop on all the real world James bond gadgets. This was told with some "you are there" moment that i felt the urgency of getting in and out of forbidden areas as... Read morePublished 7 months ago by John Seitz
Well, it is a history. It's just that the history ends in about 1955. Nothing about the really cool stuff since the 60s at all. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Thoroughly enjoyed the book. There was one minor error when discussing the bombing of Pan Am 103 in 1988. Read morePublished 9 months ago by LeoB
I loved this book. Not only is it extremely informative, it was a lot of fun reading it. I finished it in no time.Published 10 months ago by N. Levi