Oxford Book of Oxford
'Few cities,' Jan Morris observes, 'have been much more loved, loathed, and celebrated.' This book has become a classic account of the character, history, mores, buildings, climate, and people of one of Britain's most fascinating cities. 'A book of outstanding excellence, with a sweep of knowledge and a distinction of style such as I have never before encountered in a work of this sort ... Brilliant alike in observation and imagination ... brings the very stones of Oxford to life' Sunday Telegraph
The Cold War: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)
On Her Majesty's Secret Service: The Chiefs of Britain's Intelligence Agency, MI6
The Cold War (Cambridge Perspectives in History)
Deceiving the Deceivers: Kim Philby, Donald Maclean and Guy Burgess
The Cambridge Spies: Untold Story of Maclean, Philby and Burgess in America
Mask: MI5's Penetration of the Communist Party of Great Britain
MI6 and the Machinery of Spying
A detailed study of the management of the British intelligence organisation, MI6.
Historical Dictionary of British Intelligence
Launches a new series of Historical Dictionaries of Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence that examines the shadowy world of spies - providing the most detailed, comprehensive, and accurate information available on a topic that has proved notoriously difficult to research. Offers insight into the history and operations of British Intelligence through its more than 1,800 entries, covering a vast and varied cast of characters, the spies and their handlers, the moles and defectors, the political leaders, the top brass, the techniques and jargon, and the many different offices and operations. Features 16 black-and-white photographs, an extensive chronology, and a comprehensive bibliography.
New Cloak, Old Dagger: How Britain's Spies Came in from the Cold
Offers insight into the role of British spies during the Cold War, including the activity of the SAS in MI6 operations. The book charts developments since the cessation of hostilities in the Cold War.
The Spying Game
Espionage exerts a hold on the public imagination. "The Spying Game" covers economic intelligence and the fight against organised crime as well as the activities of MI5, MI6, the Defence Intelligence Staff and GCHQ.