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Interesting insight into how history repeats itself. Reading it enables one to evaluate current developments round the world where 'terrorism' rules.Published on 29 April 2013 by grumpus
Factual, well referenced but it would have been a little easier to follow if written chronologically or if some sort of timeline had been included.Published on 21 April 2013 by G D Smith
this book should have been edited more closely,it became boring after a few chapters.Should suit pre James Bond population,did you know that Ian Fleming called James Bond 007 after... Read morePublished on 30 Mar. 2013 by tonyjaxx
Very low key start to secret service but nevertheless a very interesting story of the beginnings of a very Edwardian service & it's spy catchersPublished on 20 Mar. 2013 by Elvis Presley
This book promises interest and excitement, and to some extent achieves both, but it is a bit long drawn out and pedestrian. Read morePublished on 19 Mar. 2013 by Cheshire Tiger
I read this whilst watching Ripper Street on the tv and together I was able to visualise the issues and situations that made the introduction of an intelligence service. Read morePublished on 18 Mar. 2013 by JacLaw
Unless you want to wade through this for some research - forget it. Thought it would be really ineresting but unable to finish.Published on 13 Mar. 2013 by Page Turner
Good book. Filled in some details I was unaware of for the (in)famous Sidney Reilly.
Not easy to put down.
One for the history buffs out there