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Women in espionage

a biographical dictionary

by M. H. Mahoney

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  • 22 Currently reading

Published by ABC-CLIO in Santa Barbara, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women intelligence officers -- Biography -- Dictionaries.,
  • Women spies -- Biography -- Dictionaries.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-244) and index.

    StatementM.H. Mahoney.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJF1525.I6 M25 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 253 p. :
    Number of Pages253
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1425550M
    ISBN 100874367433
    LC Control Number93036559

    A bundle of books #4 (TRAPPING ZERO) and #5 (FILE ZERO) in Jack Mars's Agent Zero Spy Thriller series—a bestseller! This bundle offers books four and five in one convenient file, with over , words of TRAPPING ZERO (Book.   Moreover, Prescott foregrounds the work of women—especially, US women intelligence operatives—in the making of a book for intelligence purposes. Boris Pasternak may be the author of Dr. Zhivago, but The Secrets We Kept is about the work of women as spies, the role of women in creating Zhivago, and the intersection between the two.

    The Century-Old Myth About Women in Espionage. via The Hill. World War I gave us the modern flamethrower, poison gas and the cultural stereotype of women spies: sexy femme fatales who lure men into dangerous or compromising situations, obtain their secrets and betray them. Espionage Tactics That Misinform the American Public Are Corrosive by Ted Gup 47 Espionage tactics that conceal or withhold information in the name of national security are unnecessary and show disrespect for the American people. Moreover, government secrets can too easily lead to lies and are contrary to American principles.

      Beatrice Severn in Our Man in Havana is a lot more able than the book’s hero when it comes to dealing with the day-to-day business of espionage. St . This book did double duty for the MysteryKit challenge of Espionage and the NonFiction Cat for Law and Order. I like the Hourly History books for a quick read and overview of different people and events in history. Mata Hari was certainly a fascinating and outrageous woman, even though she did not seem to be a very successful spy.


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Women in espionage by M. H. Mahoney Download PDF EPUB FB2

Thanks to books like this one, the history of female espionage—from Aphra Behn to Elizabeth Van Lew to Lotus Blossum to Stella Rimington—is slowly being filled out.” - London Review of Books “In Female Intelligence, Tammy Proctor attempts to rescue female spies from cliches that classed them as either sexual predators or martyred /5(8).

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Hardcover – January 1, by J. BERNARD HUTTON (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover, January 1, — — $ HardcoverAuthor: J. BERNARD HUTTON. As a World War II history buff, I was intrigued to find a book that centers on the role of women.

These "26 Stories of espionage, Sabotage, Resistance, and Rescue" do not disappoint. Atwood details the heroic exploits of women from all over Europe: Germany, Poland, France, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, and Great Britain, as well as the United States/5().

This is a challenging book - Proctor rightly sets out up front that the vital role women have played in intelligence is often whitewashed from history, and the historiography of the First World War is no different here.

However, this book does not seriously move the history forward in addressing this gap/5. It also made for tales that read like spy thrillers, the kind that should look like gold to any screenwriter.

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Dark and gripping, the dual-timeline story explores the themes of courage, loyalty, truth, and ultimately redemption. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hutton, Joseph Bernard.

Women in espionage. New York, Macmillan [, ©] (OCoLC) Document Type. The century-old myth about women in espionage. Gregory J.

Wallance is a writer, lawyer, former federal prosecutor and author of upcoming book “The Woman Who. The individual case-studies which form the basis of the book’s structure firmly establish these women as gatekeepers, generators, and guardians of information.

Over the course of these studies, Invisible Agents charts the shifting role of women in espionage during this period from couriers of secret messages to active she-intelligencers. Secrets of War Espionage 5/ Women Spies In World WWII. AllisonFrancis Follow.

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B etrayal, seduction and subterfuge: these devilish arts are central to the ancient craft of spying. And, whether in fact or fiction, the literature of espionage continues to fascinate us with the. Things have changed. Like the TV show “Homeland,” thriller authors have learned to appeal to women in their stories.

It’s about time—we make up 80% of the reading market. As a result, the espionage authors I enjoy most today feature strong women as protagonists and/or major characters. Every woman’s secret weapon is her little black dress, but for fashion model-turned covert agent, Evan Tyler, her weaponized wardrobe makes her absolutely deadly.

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