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The Spycraft Manual is unique. There has never been a book that reveals the secret tradecraft techniques used by spies the world over. Until now. Intelligence in the field of counter-terrorism is a different and, in many aspects, arduous and dangerous task. The lives of many agents are in continuous danger. The rules of the game are cruelΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥as moral and ethical considerations are negated by the bullet. There is no honor between rivals on the streets of Beirut or BaghdadΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥only the most quick witted survive. A modern spy must blend in, live among the enemy, speak the language, befriend, and exploit the enemy at very opportunity. They are required to be streetwise, rough, tough, and ruthless. The Spycraft Manual is a step-by-step instruction book on the tradecraft and skills that spies use. Each individual subject contains masses of fascinating, previously undisclosed information, all graphically illustrated with simple black and white line drawings. From the seven basic drills of agent contact to satellite surveillance, The Spycraft Manual is a perfect reference to the whole world of espionage. About the Author Barry Davies joined the British army in 1962 at the age of 17. Four years later, he volunteered for the SAS, passing selection while winning the Best Shot trophy. He remained with the SAS for 18 years, during which time he was involved in skirmishes that covered the globe. He saw action in the Middle East, including the Oman War. He fought in the jungles of both Southeast Asia and South America. Toward the end of his army career, he worked alone in Northern Ireland. Mr. Davies now lives in Spain.
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