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The opening book in Len Deighton's Game, Set, Match series! Brahms Four is the best East German source the British ever had, but now he thinks his cover has been blown--and he desperately wants to come over the Wall and escape from Berlin before he's exposed. There is only one person he still trusts, British agent Bernard Samson of the SIS (Secret Intelligence Service). So Samson, who retired to a desk job five years before, is thrown back into the field. But but before he can even set out on his mission to help Brahms Four, he realizes there's a traitor very close to him. He must find out who it is...and get Brahms to the West before it's too late.
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Spy extravaganza in which the British Intelligence agent of "The Ipcress file" and "Funeral in Berlin" goes to Finland, finds a body, and becomes a member of a revolutionary plot.
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Handsomely and profusely illustrated narrative that explores and analyzes some of the myths and realities of the war, the mistakes and the achievements, the ironies and failures - of intelligence, technology, planning, and policies - of both the Allied and the Axis powers. B&W photos. 653p.
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(1967) 1st Amer. ed. 8vo. NF/VG.
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The heroic story of American fighter pilots in England during World War II centers on Captain Jamie Farebrother, an Air Force general's son, and Lieutenant Mickey Morse, well on his way to being America's number one ace
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London Match

By Len Deighton

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British agent Bernard Samson discovers compelling evidence that there is yet another traitor at the hightest level of British intelligence and finds himself in direct confrontation with this British KGB agent
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Mexico Set

By Len Deighton

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When British Intelligence assigns agent Bernard Samson to coax a KGB major named Stinnes into defecting, swiftly shifting events lead London Central to believe that Samson himself has traded loyalties
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The exhilarating second book in the Game, Set, Match series has Bernard Samson racing around the globe laying the groundwork for KGB major Erich Stinnes to defect to London Intelligence. Samson has a lot to prove in the way of loyalty after his wife's defection to the KGB, and her help in convincing Stinnes to side with the West would be a big step in the right direction. But Bernard risks being entangled in a web of old loyalties and betrayals, murder, suicide, and office politics as he tries to negotiate this maneuver. The further he goes, the more events spin out of his control--and he finds himself caught in ever more compromising positions.
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SS-GB

By Len Deighton

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What if WWII went the other way? In this alternative-history novel, Deighton imagines a chilling world where British Command surrendered to the Nazis in 1941, Churchill has been shot, the King is in the dungeon, and the SS are in Whitehall. In occupied Britain, Scotland Yard conducts business as usual...only under the command of the SS. Detective Inspector Archer is assigned to what he believes is a routine murder case--until SS Standartenführer Huth arrives from Berlin with orders from Himmler himself to supervise the investigation. Soon, Archer finds himself caught in a high level, action-packed espionage battle.This is a spy story different from any other--one that only Deighton, with his flair for historical research and his narrative genius, could have written.  
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Violent Ward

By Len Deighton

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A criminal lawyer with L.A. digs pumps a rich client for the right answers. 305p.
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 In this gripping prelude to the Game, Set, Match trilogy, spies aren't born--they're made. Winter tells the tale of a Berlin family divided. Two brothers, Peter and Paul Winter, came of age during the Great War; then as Hitler's power spreads through Germany threatening a new era of violence, the brothers are driven apart by differing morals and ambitions. Meticulously researched, this allegory of a nation at odds with itself paints a brilliant portrait of the German zeitgeist during those turbulent years, and provides a powerful depiction of the rise of the Third Reich.
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XPD

By Len Deighton

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A film about the wartime theft of a top secret British document propels the intelligence agents of England, America, Germany, and the Soviet Union into desperate and violent pursuit
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