If you’re a fan of Get Smart!, The Avengers, Burn Notice, Chuck, Fringe, or My Own Worst Enemy, then you’ve joined the millions of viewers who’ve loved the adventures of classic secret agents for over 55 years.
What do you know about The Piglet Files, Doomwatch, The Sandbaggers? Has your DVD diet included Passport to Danger, Man in a Suitcase, Sleepers?
That’s what The Encyclopedia of TV Spies is all about – the icons of TV past, the obscure, the neglected classics, and the misfires.
As Wes Britton demonstrates in his fourth book on fictional spies, the genre is full of nuggets and rarities even the most devoted spy-watcher may have missed. In January 2009, BearManor Media released The Encyclopedia of TV Spies, and as promised, there’s a treasure-trove of surprises.
If you’re a spy buff or a fan of TV at all, this is one that belongs on your bookshelf.
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