By John Gardner
Janis, a robust and impressive Russian gang that now not cares approximately ideology, has simply bought Goldeneye, a bit of high-tech area know-how with the ability to smash or corrupt the West's monetary markets. yet Janus has underestimated its such a lot decided enemy--James Bond. in response to the unique screenplay of the James Bond movie starring Pierce Brosnan.
Read Online or Download James Bond: Goldeneye PDF
Similar espionage books
Tom Clancy's Op-Center: name to Treason is another gripping addition to the bestselling sequence masterminded via Tom Clancy and Steve Pieczenik. The Op-Center's price range is slashed, leaving basic Mike Rodgers out there for a brand new activity. while presidential candidiate Senator Donald Orr recruits Rodgers to behave as his army consultant, it feels like an ideal transition.
SAM ADAMS enjoyed intelligence paintings, and that enthusiasm shines all through this memoir of his years with the valuable Intelligence enterprise. His profession was once ruled through an epic fight over Vietnam -- over army makes an attempt to conceal the genuine dimension of the enemy forces there, and over the integrity of the intelligence procedure.
Arnon Milchan has led a mystery double lifestyles. the type of existence one could examine in a John Le Carré undercover agent novel or in a film made through Hollywood colleagues Steven Spielberg or Oliver Stone. this is often the tale of a undercover agent, of nuclear proliferation, billion-dollar high-tech protection transactions, ideology, patriotism, love, heartbreak, and the awe inspiring Hollywood occupation of a mysterious tycoon.
With a pointy eye and wry wit, Roger corridor recounts his stories as an American military officer assigned to the workplace of Strategic providers (OSS) in the course of global battle II. First released in 1957 to severe and well known acclaim, his e-book has turn into a cult favourite in intelligence circles. the tale follows Hall's reviews from a junior officer fleeing a tedious education task in Louisiana to his quirky and rigorous OSS education rituals within the usa, England, and Scotland.
- Death and Honor (Honor Bound, Book 4)
- The Spy's Son: The True Story of the Highest-Ranking CIA Officer Ever Convicted of Espionage and the Son He Trained to Spy for Russia
- Overworld: The Life and Times of A Reluctant Spy
- Western Intelligence and the Collapse of the Soviet Union: 1980-1990: Ten Years that did not Shake the World
- The Prometheus Deception
- State of Siege (Tom Clancy's Op-Center, Book 6)
Extra resources for James Bond: Goldeneye
As he walked up to the man, Bond smiled and spoke the contact phrase. " The American accent was almost too obvious. "What are you? " Bond scowled, and the American continued. "Codes, cloak and dagger. That's all gone, pal. " He led the way to a piece of scrap metal that had once been a Moskovich, but it was Bond who leaped to open the door with an "Allow me. The American began to slide into the driver's seat, a broad grin on his face until Bond trapped him between seat and door, his pistol carried onto the aircraft in the special briefcase which shielded it from the magic eyes and metal detectors - jammed into the man's side.
He doesn't fit the profile of a traitor. He's a true son of Mother Russia. " "I presume, Ma'am, that these are the same analysts who said that GoldenEye couldn't exist? " She took another sip of her drink and a long pull at the cigarette. "I was appointed to this job because I'm an analyst, and a good one. " M drew on her cigarette, then stubbed it out. "I worked for some time under the direct control of my predecessor and he assisted in my appointment. The problems are all too obvious. I understand the controls that have been ~ placed upon this Service by the Cabinet, so I understand the way around them.
Today's codes, sir. " The Duty Officer brought the items from the safe: the key, a plastic card, and a small golden disk in the centre of which was an engraved eye. "Good. " The major looked down at the disk and removed a piece of golden tape from the centre of the eye, revealing a circle where the pupil would have been. " "Yes, General. " "Good. You have done well, Major. " He turned to Xenia. "Colonel. You take over. Xenia almost lazily unslung her Uzi and put two quick bursts in the direction of the two officers.