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15 Nonfiction Spy Books More Thrilling Than John le Carré

When it comes to spy stories, the truth is often stranger—and more compelling—than fiction.

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Hitler's Spy Chief

Hitler's Spy Chief

By Richard Bassett

The Falcon and the Snowman

The Falcon and the Snowman

By Robert Lindsey

The Art of Betrayal

The Art of Betrayal

By Gordon Corera

Target Tokyo

Target Tokyo

By Gordon W. Prange

The Spies Who Never Were

The Spies Who Never Were

By Hervie Haufler

Sub Rosa

Sub Rosa

By Stewart Alsop and Thomas Braden

Memoir of Col. Benjamin Tallmadge

Memoir of Col. Benjamin Tallmadge

By Benjamin Tallmadge

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Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy

By Karen Abbott

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A Spy Among Friends

By Ben Macintyre

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The Triple Agent

By Joby Warrick

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The Winter Fortress

By Neal Bascomb

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The Billion Dollar Spy

By David E. Hoffman

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Spycraft

By Robert Wallace and H. Keith Melton with Henry R. Schelsinger

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Agent Zigzag

By Ben Macintyre

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Blind Man's Bluff

By Sherry Sontag and Christopher Drew with Annette Lawrence Drew

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Strangers on a Bridge

By James B. Donovan