His stranger -than -fiction spy story, ?Argo,? became an Academy Award-winning film and now?a mug! CIA disguise master Antonio Mendez?s signature appears on one side of this Spy Museum exclusive, while the mission?s catchphrase, ?Argo @#%& Yourself,? appears on the other side. Drink to a successful mission! Click here for larger view of the front and back of mug.
Direct from Bo Obama's biscuit-lovin' lips comes an up close and personal look at what it's like to be America's First Dog! From the delightful surprises to the bitter disappointments, Bo gives the inside scoop on living in the White House! This year, if you read only one humor book written by a dog and edited by the editors of MAD Magazine, this is the one!
One of the most destructive traitors in American history, CIA officer Aldrich Ames provided information to the Soviet Union that contributed to the deaths of at least ten Soviet intelligence officers who spied for the United States. In this book, the two CIA officers directly responsible for tracking down Ames chronicle their involvement in the hunt for a mole. Considering it their personal mission, Sandra Grimes and Jeanne Vertefeuille dedicated themselves to identifying the traitor responsible for the
Do you like to keep secrets? Enjoy a good mystery? Delight in danger? If you answered ?yes? to any of these questions, you might be a little like Gilda Joyce, the fictional psychic spy who would totally love this Spy Girl Kit. Included in this kit are cool spy gadgets ? UV spy pen, rearview glasses, Spy Girl tumbler, and decoder necklace ? as well as the popular paperback, ?Gilda Joyce: The Dead Drop,? the story of Gilda?s summer internship at the Spy Museum and the spies and ghosts she encounters. It?s all
Did you know that spies are the best known users of Dead-Drop Bolts? A prime example is the bolts used to smuggle atomic bomb secrets during the Cold War. Now you can secretly pass/receive instructions, directions, secret numbers, combinations, money and pictures (AKA top secret info and collateral) without being suspect. The system is easy..let friends, family and associates know that your secret message is in place and that the "coast is clear" for message pickup and delivery! With a simple roll
War is a time of secrets. Advances in technology during the height of World War II provide new methods for spies to keep secrets, steal information, and destroy enemy plans. You?re about to go undercover. Will you: Become a resistance fighter in Denmark, revealing Germany?s false claims of protection? Work as a ?double cross? agent ? pledging loyalty to one country but actually spying for another? Join the U.S. Office of Strategic Services, shuttling weapons to the Allies and sabotaging German
It is September 1919: twenty-one-year-old Tristan Sadler takes a train from London to Norwich to deliver a package of letters to the sister of Will Bancroft, the man he fought alongside during the Great War. But the letters are not the real reason for Tristan's visit. He can no longer keep a secret and has finally found the courage to unburden himself of it. As Tristan recounts the horrific details of what to him became a senseless war, he also speaks of his friendship with Will--from their first meeting on
Tyrant’s Daughter - J.C. Carleson Tyrant’s Daughter - J.C. Carleson Code: 119157 From a former CIA officer comes the riveting account of a royal Middle Eastern family exiled to the American suburbs. J.C. Carleson delivers a fascinating account of a girl—and a country—on the brink, and a rare glimpse at the personal side of international politics. 8.6 x 6 x 1.2 inches, 304 pages.
When the Navy sends their elite, they send the SEALs. When the SEALs send their elite, they send SEAL Team Six?a secret unit made up of the finest soldiers in the country, if not the world. I Am a SEAL Team Six Warrior is the dramatic tale of how Howard Wasdin overcame a tough childhood to live his dream and enter the exciting and dangerous world of U.S. Navy SEALS and Special Forces snipers.
This Machine Kills Secrets This Machine Kills Secrets Code: 18655 $27.95 A must-read for those seeking to understand the decades-long struggle between openness and secrecy, anonymity and attribution—and why that might be the most important struggle of the modern era. Meticulously researched, Greenberg provides first-hand accounts of the eccentric pioneers who are coding around censorship, repression, and even traditional law. 1.3 x 6.2 x 9 inches. Pages 384.