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  • Desire Never Dies
    In Petersen's latest series, her three heroines attend balls and watch their manners in typical Regency fashion; atypically, they're also cunning secret agents under the watch of a mysterious figure named, yes, Charlie.
    11/20/2006
  • The Pawn: A Patrick Bowers Thriller
    In this riveting thriller, the first of a planned trilogy, James (Story ) introduces FBI agent Patrick Bowers.
    06/04/2007
  • Freedom to Kill
    Ex-agent Lindsay (Witness to the Truth) knows his way around an FBI investigation, and he's made a believable maverick out of Devlin, somebody who automatically runs into a fire to see whom he can save.
    06/02/1997
  • Ninth Buddha
    Bolshevik agents and White Russians want control of the young future potentate; so do Tibetan lamas and the British.
    04/30/1989
  • Home Again
    After wiping out a terrorist gang, FBI agent Peter Ketter is sickened by violence and quits the Bureau.
    06/01/1986
  • Wildcard
    Agent, Helen Breitwieser.
    01/31/2005
  • Molehunt: Searching for Soviet Spies in Mi5
    In this densely packed, clarifying study, the author traces the course of the great ``molehunt'' that lasted several years and reached its apparent climax in the highly publicized suspicion that Sir Roger Hollis, director of the British Security Service from 1956 to '65, was a Soviet 02/27/1989
  • The Devereaux File
    Before he was murdered, ex-CIA agent Rufe Devereaux sought a get-together with his old friend Lacy, a former Chicago cop.
    03/31/1990
  • Sons of the Morning
    When he is shot down in Europe, the diary changes hands, variously scrutinized by an Allied intelligence agent, the Gestapo (who think it's a code book), a German nuclear scientist, a Berlin madam, a conniving American foundation executive, the agent (again) and Dowd's
    01/01/1992
  • Brain Damage
    The new DDO dispatches Sensitives Ben Slade, Vincent Bonepart, Martha Marino and the woman known as Snake to identify and stop the anonymous agents.
    06/01/1992
  • Free Fall
    Actor Shea defines the individual characters well, from nasal underlings to booming politicians to classically sardonic agents.
    05/01/2000
  • Wildlife Wars: The Life and Times of a Fish and Game Warden
    Grosz has seen them all--and arrested many--in his 32 years as a special agent for the U.S.
    10/30/2000
  • Wildlife Wars: The Life and Times of a Fish and Game Warden
    Grosz has seen them all--and arrested many--in his 32 years as a special agent for the U.S.
    08/30/1999
  • Bad Guys
    The special agent in charge of the Manhattan FBI office is determined to stop Tozzi before the SAC's own record is marred.
    04/25/1988
  • A Perfect Spy
    For years a trusted agent in British Intelligence, Pym has been giving England's and America's vital secrets to a contact in Czechoslovakia.
    03/04/1986

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