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Sant of the Secret Service - Some Revelations of Spies and Spying - The Original Classic Edition

Price: 12.99

Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of Sant of the Secret Service - Some Revelations of Spies and Spying. It was previously published by other bona fide publishers, and is now, after many years, back in print. This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by William Le Queux, which is now, at last, again available to you.Get the PDF and EPUB NOW as well. Included in your purchase you have Sant of the Secret Service - Some Revelations of Spies and Spying in EPUB AND PDF format to read on any tablet, eReader, desktop, laptop or smartphone simultaneous - Get it NOW.Enjoy this classic work today. These selected paragraphs distill the contents and give you a quick look inside Sant of the Secret Service - Some Revelations of Spies and Spying:Look inside the book: Of course I could not, for this occasion at least, speak Italian, but the language of signs was sufficient, and at length I left him apparently much distressed, and started for the Ezcurra, limping with an ostentatious painfulness which I hoped would effectually convince my antagonist, firstly, that I was really hurt, and, secondly, that I had not the smallest suspicion of his real identity and object. ...It was just two oclock in the morning when I rose and exchanged my Dutch-made clothes for another suit so glaringly redolent of the American tourist that no one, seeing me in them, would have associated me for a moment with the demure and retiring Dutch theological student, whose absorbed interest in old churches had been the source of many a friendly joke at the hotel. About William Le Queux, the Author: He was also a diplomat (honorary consul for San Marino), a traveller (in Europe, the Balkans and North Africa), a flying buff who officiated at the first British air meeting at Doncaster in 1909, and a wireless pioneer who broadcast music from his own station long before radio was generally available; his claims regarding his own abilities and exploits, however, were usually exaggerated. ...Le Queux mainly wrote in the genres of mystery, thriller, and espionage, particularly in the years leading up to World War I, when his partnership with British publishing magnate Lord Northcliffe led to the serialised publication and intensive publicising (including actors dressed as German soldiers walking along Regent Street) of pulp-fiction spy stories and invasion literature such as The Invasion of 1910, The Poisoned Bullet, and Spies of the Kaiser.


The Spy - The Original Classic Edition

Price: 7.95

The plot of this book is based on a real spy story. Therefore, although some do consider it unbelievable, the basis of it is entirely true. The way that the author slowly brings out the character of Harvey Birch is wonderful. He creates numerous sub plots that make the story very interesting.THE SPY is very simply an intriguing story, which brings us to one of the two reasons that I thoroughly enjoy it:The story line of the book is as interesting as that of any modern spy novel, probably better in fact. Take this mysterious peddler, Harvey Birch. He is widely believed to be a spy for the British, but where do his loyalties truly lie? What real identity underlies Harper, the stranger driven to the Whartons home by the storm? Beyond the mysteries lie other fascinating plot threads, for even in the midst of war love exists, both true as in the case of Major Dunwoodie and false as in the person of the British Colonel Wellmere.Beyond its gripping story line, I also found THE SPY most enjoyable reading for what Ill call its educational aspects. Although it is a novel and therefore fictional, I believe it does rather accurately bring out aspects of the American Revolution that are often ignored in American history classes. As happened again eighty-four years later in the War Between the States, the Revolution saw many families whose members were divided in their loyalties. Not all of the colonists were in favor of American independence by any means. Many remained loyal to King George, while many others strove to maintain neutrality in the hope of preserving their property from confiscation or destruction by either side. All of these sundry positions find expression through various characters in THE SPY.Another aspect of the Revolution of which I was hitherto unaware was the existence of irregular armed groups that roamed the countryside amidst the lawlessness of war, ostensibly supporting one side or the other but often more self-serving than anything else. Neither the Skinners (supposedly supporters of the revolutionaries) nor the Cowboys and Refugees (supporters of British loyalists) were particularly trustworthy or observant of any rules of war, pillaging and burning at their own whims. As with probably any war, things were not quite as neat and orderly as history textbooks make them appear. Bits of historical reality such as this leave the reader not only entertained but also a little bit wiser of our nations beginnings.To balance the review, I must add a couple of characteristics of Coopers writing that were a bit distracting, although neither can be called a weakness given the stylistic and social conventions of the time. Early 19th Century writers were not as direct and concise as are modern authors, and the use of rather stilted phrases in lieu of precise nouns was an expected norm. Hence, instead of the single word doctor, we find disciple of Aesculapius and such like. More distracting, though quite explicable in light of evolving social norms, are the descriptions and actions of the female characters, who exemplify the now-outmoded traits of the weakness of their sex and are controlled by conventions of propriety that the contemporary reader now finds ludicrous. I mention these not to dissuade anyone from reading THE SPY but merely to prepare one to encounter them.All in all, the novel remains as intriguing and captivating as at any time in its existence, and I heartily recommend it to any reader interested in a fresh, and probably very realistic, view of the American Revolution as well as anyone who just enjoys a good, adventurous mystery story.


Deadly Game, A (Spy)

Price: 9.95

The rebels on campus oppose more rules and regulations, but the computer system at Mayfair College is under attack. Is the hacker a mischief-maker or a dangerous criminal? Luckily, Jim Salvatori's past makes him the perfect cybercop- and especially qualified to answer that question.


Tuesday Raven (Spy)

Price: 9.95

A gang of terrorists is planning an attack on the Tower of London. Or are they? British intelligence and the CIA combine forces. Follow secret agents Rob and Jenn as they race against time and across London. Can they seize the criminals and uncover their deadly plan before it is too late?


Nurse and Spy in the Union Army - The Original Classic Edition

Price: 7.95

I found this book exciting and very interesting, the author certainly was a brave lady who played a significant part in the Civil War (masquerading as a man). It is an exciting read, and a good historical account of battles during the Civil War. A beautifully written and heartbreaking account of Emma Edmonds experiences during the first two years of the Civil War. I was surprised. She refrains from name calling her enemies, and even when she complains about someones behavior, she does so delicately and diplomatically. She relates stories about other people, and I have chocked up during some of them, like when she talks about a nurse who refused to leave his patients even if it meant he would be captured by the Confederate Army.She reminds us that even the Confederates are humans and expresses her wish that the war would end so people can stop suffering and hurting each other, even as she faces the opposite sides army with pistols drawn. I bought the book to help me in researching Civil War era women spies, and her details and explanations helped me understand what went into spying before James Bond was created.In between thrilling stories about her adventures as a spy, and emotion churning stories about those she watched suffer the effects of the war, she finds optimistic stories to share to remind us to see the good in life. This is an original source for Civil War History, and its been meticulously documented with endnotes that set the text in context of what else was happening at the time. Amazing job on the part of the 20th century editor, and facinating reading for the history buff or researcher alike.


The Prairie Spy

Price: 7.14

This collection brings together the best of Alan Lindys The Prairie Spy columns, which he has been writing for more than 25 years. The columns bring colorful characters to life and draw upon his life experiences in New York Mills, Minnesota, ranging from hilarious dialogs with talking appliances to poignant tales of his time in Vietnam. With his unique Midwestern style, Lindys vision has been described as the perfect blend of Alfred Hitchcock and Garrison Keillor.


I Spy e-Spy (Spy)

Price: 9.95

Websound's new software will make or break the struggling young company. Everyone is extra cautious. Security is crucial and Vinnie Torres, who works for the security manager, knows it. But who will guard the security team?


How to Stop E-Mail Spam, Spyware, Malware, Computer Viruses and Hackers from Ruining Your Computer or Network: The Complete Guide for Your Home and Work

Price: 16.22

It seems like everywhere you go on the Internet, there is spam, spyware, and the risk of viruses infecting your computer and ruining your online experience. In businesses alone, according to Nucleus Research Inc., spam costs more than $712 per employee in productivity and computing resources each year. Spyware slows computers, ruins files, and can result in stolen information. According to the same Nucleus Research report, businesses lose more than $70 billion annually because of computer viruses ó and the cost continues to rise as every major company moves to a fully digital workplace.

Every time you download a computer virus or click on a spam e-mail by accident, you are wasting money, endangering your computer, and risking the loss of personal and business information. This complete, revolutionary book has compiled all of the vital information you need to make sure that you are able to combat the billion dollar risk of incursive software infecting your home and work computers.

With How to Stop E-mail Spam, Spyware, and Computer Viruses from Ruining Your Computer, you will learn why there is so much spam in your inbox, how the spammer thinks, and what the goals of spyware and viruses actually are. Then, you will learn how you can start spam-proofing your inbox by never giving away personal information and using secure e-mail clients. You will learn how companies get spyware onto your hard drive and what you can do to block it from appearing. Learn which viruses have caused the most damage and how they can infect your computer. Then, discover which software is most effective at blocking the download and infestation of viruses onto your hard drives.

You will learn the value of a good firewall, what it does to stop the ill will of spammers and hackers, and what actions you can take to block the breach of your firewall and your computerís defenses. Learn how to remove spyware from your computer and make sure you are not giving away personal or valuable work information. This guide will also teach you how to lock down your inbox and desktop to keep that software from returning. Find out what to do when you do get a virus and how to return your computer to the state of security it was in beforehand.

Most importantly, with the valued input gathered from interviews with computer security and safety experts, you will learn how you became a target for all that spam. Discover what you are doing that makes it so easy for spammers to fill your inbox and how to safeguard your e-mail. Once you have tackled the source of the problems, as outlined in this book, you will have all the tools you need to combat the incursive and destructive effects of spam, spyware, and computer viruses.


An Eye for an Eye (Spy)

Price: 9.95

It sounds like the founder of MiraMed needs a detective and not a young psychic who specializes in finding missing persons. But is Greg Dixon really missing? Sandy suspects that her newest client isn't really looking for his business partner. He's looking for money!


Chewy Gooey Crispy Crunchy Melt-in-Your-Mouth Cookies by Alice Medrich

Price: 25.95

2010 IACP Baking Book of the YearWith recipes organized by texture! Flaky, gooey, crunchy, crispy, chewy, chunky, melt-in-your-mouth . . . Cookies are easy, enticing, and fun. Yet as the award-winning baker Alice Medrich notes, too often, home cooks cling to the recipe on the bag of chocolate chips, when so much more is possible. What if cookies reflected our modern culinary sensibilityour spirit of adventure and passion for flavors and even our dietary concerns? Medrich writes in her introduction to this landmark cookie cookbook, organized by texture, from crunchy to airy to chunky. An inveterate tester and master manipulator of ingredients, she draws on the worlds pantry of ingredients for such delicious riffs on the classics as airy meringues studded with cashews and chocolate chunks, palmiers (elephants ears) made with cardamom and caramel, and rugelach with halvah. Butter and sugar content is slashed and the flavor turned up on everything from ginger snaps to chocolate clouds. From new spins on classic recipes including chocolate-chip cookies and brownies, to delectable 2-point treats for Weight Watchers, to cookies to make with kids, this master conjurer of sweets will bring bliss to every dessert table.


Crispy Greats: Delicious Crispy Recipes, The Top 97 Crispy Recipes

Price: 16.99

You'll love this book, the recipes are easy, the ingredients are easy to get and they don't take long to make. Foodlovers turn to Crispy Greats for information and inspiration. Everything is in here, from the proverbial soup to nuts: Andouille Stuffed Double Cut Pork Chops, Apricot Crispy Treats, Artichoke Dip Appetizer, Baby Octopus Spiedini With Beet Green Salad, Thick And Creamy Boston Clam Chowder, Toffee Crunch Brownies, Warm Salad Of Duck Confit With Plums, Walnuts And Chicory, White Chocolate Hazelnut Fraisier...and much much more!This is a very satisfying book, however I would recommend you eat something before you read this book, or you won't be able to make it through without reaching for a skillet or saucepan!Crispy Greats is packed with more information than you could imagine. 97 delicious dishes covering everything, each employing ingredients that should be simple to find and include Crispy. This cookbook offers great value and would make a fabulous gift.This book will also give you enough inspiration to experiment with different ingredients since you'll find the extensive index to be extremely helpful. The recipes are superb. Wonderfully easy to put together and you don't have to make or purchase a ton of condiments before you have a chance to play with them. Yummy!!


The German Spy System from Within - The Original Classic Edition

Price: 12.99

Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of The German Spy System from Within. It was previously published by other bona fide publishers, and is now, after many years, back in print. This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by William Le Queux, which is now, at last, again available to you.Get the PDF and EPUB NOW as well. Included in your purchase you have The German Spy System from Within in EPUB AND PDF format to read on any tablet, eReader, desktop, laptop or smartphone simultaneous - Get it NOW.Enjoy this classic work today. These selected paragraphs distill the contents and give you a quick look inside The German Spy System from Within:Look inside the book: The present policyin face of what the Government know, and what I myself know, as one who has spent the past seven years in studying the German Secret Service system and patiently watching its agentsallows, for example, Baron von Bulow, brother of the German ex-Chancellor, to live comfortably at Putney, in the full enjoyment of a telephone; it mysteriously reverses many military orders for the removal of alien enemies from prohibited areas, providing always that those persons are of the better class; it allows signals to be sent nightly from our shores to the sea, and vice versa; it releases about 1,000 aliens monthly from the internment-camps; it has attempted to gag the Press, and is, to-dayas I will presently provestifling all inquiries into the doing of spies among us....The syndicalism of the present day is a realisation of a dream that Stieber dreamednot for the purpose of benefiting the working classes, though, but with a view to rendering an enemy powerless against Germany in case of war; the division of the German secret service into two branches, known respectively as the department of political action and the department of espionage proper, was intended by Stieber to set up a section, under the former title, which should take advantage of the working classes in Franceand in England as wellby causing them to act innocently against the best interests of their country in the belief that they were following out their own ideals and winning freedom for democracy. About William Le Queux, the Author: He was also a diplomat (honorary consul for San Marino), a traveller (in Europe, the Balkans and North Africa), a flying buff who officiated at the first British air meeting at Doncaster in 1909, and a wireless pioneer who broadcast music from his own station long before radio was generally available; his claims regarding his own abilities and exploits, however, were usually exaggerated. ...Le Queux mainly wrote in the genres of mystery, thriller, and espionage, particularly in the years leading up to World War I, when his partnership with British publishing magnate Lord Northcliffe led to the serialised publication and intensive publicising (including actors dressed as German soldiers walking along Regent Street) of pulp-fiction spy stories and invasion literature such as The Invasion of 1910, The Poisoned Bullet, and Spies of the Kaiser.


Eye Spy - The Original Classic Edition

Price: 7.95

Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of Eye Spy.This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by William Hamilton Gibson, which is now, at last, again available to you.Enjoy this classic work today. These selected paragraphs distill the contents and give you a quick look inside Eye Spy: AMONG my somewhat numerous correspondence from young people, I recall several wondering inquiries about a certain fat, floundering beetle, as blue as indigo; and when we consider how many other observing youngsters, including youngsters of larger growth, have looked upon this uncouth shape in the path, lawn, or pasture, will speculate as to its life history, it is perhaps well to make this floundering blue beetle better acquainted with his unappreciative neighbors....The outer surface of this particular piece had been covered with bark and not especially brilliant, but the cavity of yielding moist fibre thus exposed, as well as the inner surface of the dislodged piece, poured forth a perfect flood of greenish light, indicating that the damp uncanny fire extended to the very core of the post, which was saturated with the phosphorescent essence. ...It fairly glowed into a halo up from the wooden curb which surmounted the well, where it was viewed at a safe distance with bated breath by a curious crowd of villagers, not one of whom would have dared to steal up and surprise the innocent spook in its haunt-doubtless a mass of fox-fire which had found its brief, congenial home in the decaying boards within the tottering well-curb. ...Taking hold of the loose bark, a vigorous pull dislodged a great piece some three feet long, at the same time liberating a glare of greenish light from the exposed surface of the log, which was responded to in sympathy by the inner surface of the slab of bark in my hands, in all representing about six square feet of brilliant phosphorescence....The well-known commercial article called luminous paint is an apt example, which, while containing no trace of phosphorus, glows like fox-fire at night, especially after having been exposed to the suns rays during the day, giving forth in the dark hours the light which it has thus absorbed, and being thus of utility in its application to clock faces and match-boxes.


Scavenger Hunt (Spy)

Price: 9.95

Roger impresses Jay with his dumpsters finds. Then Jay goes dumpster diving and comes up with a hot new computer game. He doesn't know it's infected with a sinister virus. And he certainly doesn't know that someone saw him find it!




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