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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.

By Stephen Lovely

Modesty Blaise: Clever, Cunning, Daring, and Kick-Ass

A globe-trotting spy and nobody's "girl," the 1960s heroine is still the epitome of cool.

By BookTrib

7 Thrilling World War II Spy Novels

These spies have what it takes to deceive even the most perceptive.

By Olivia Mason

Red Reads: Books for Fans of The Americans on FX

From spy thrillers to histories about the Cold War, these reads are sure to thrill fans of Philip and Elizabeth Jennings.

By Renata Sweeney

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