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International Spy Museum's Handbook of Practical Spying

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A wry insider's look at the intrigues of espionage.

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Softcover, 192 pages.

Here's a wry insider's look at the intrigues of espionage and how simple techniques can protect the savvy spymaster from common crimes like identity theft and peeping toms. In today's world, information is everything—and who knows how to gather information more effectively than spies? Now the International Spy Museum—the only museum in the world dedicated solely to educating the public in the intrigues of espionage—introduces a fascinating and useful handbook about the tricks of the trade, and how ordinary people can apply spycraft to their own lives. This exclusive, one-of-a-kind reference is a fascinating tool for the aspiring 007 in every family.

The International Spy Museum Handbook of Practical Spying teaches readers that the same tactics used by CIA and KGB agents can also be used at home and on the street—and these techniques can help readers become more aware of suspicious circumstances. The handbook features illustrated, step-by-step instructions on how to make oneself less appealing as a target to crooks, and also provides practical advice on how to outswindle the swindlers when you do find yourself a target. In addition, the authors share fascinating real-life stories about how these tactics have been employed by professional spies all over the world. Forty line drawings illustrating spy techniques and a bulleted text allow for fast and easy access to information.

Dimensions (in inches): 5 x 7.

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