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Digital spy john james and josie appreciation thread

James Bond is led to believe that he is targeted by the world's most expensive assassin while he attempts to recover sensitive solar cell technology that is being sold to the highest bidder.

007 is sent to stop a diabolically brilliant heroin magnate armed with a complex organization and a reliable psychic tarot card reader.

A fake Fabergé egg and a fellow agent's death lead James Bond to uncover an international jewel-smuggling operation, headed by the mysterious Octopussy, being used to disguise a nuclear attack on N.A.T.O. forces.

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We all love reading spy novels, but sometimes we cringe at how they stretch credibility. The solution: read spy novels written by real-life spies. Here are 16 can’t-miss stories by men and women with first-hand knowledge of spycraft.

In Bearden's 1980s-set novel  “The Black Tulip,” real-life CIA chief William Casey recruits a Russian-born American to guide Afghanistan’s mujahideen against the Soviets. Writes Publishers Weekly: “Bearden soft-pedals the horrors of the war and concentrates on the stringpullers from both sides as KGB and CIA field agents dodge each other and their own hierarchies as they maneuver Afghan and Russian pawns to win the game.”

The Guardian recently wrote that Richard Hannay, the protagonist of 1915’s  “The Thirty-Nine Steps,” is “an appealing antihero, both cool and brave, but also ‘pretty well disgusted with life’ who, caught up in a high-octane international drama, has the resource, intelligence and daring to thwart a naked foreign attempt to drag Britain into war.” Since its debut, the novel has never been out of print.