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anatomy of betrayal.
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The anatomy of a spy: a history of espionage and betrayal. [Michael Smith] -- "For fans of both real spy dramas and fictional ones-both Ben Macintyre and John le Carré-the story of why spies spy. Why do people put their lives at risk to collect intelligence? Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ;. Whether for love, for money, or just for the fun of it, hideous betrayal never fails to make for a compelling story. From classic literature to contemporary fantasy, some characters are the best of the best (or worst of the worst, depending on how you look at it) when it comes to disloyal shenanigans.
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The first in a anatomy of betrayal. book of Anatomy novels, Anatomy of Betrayal will follow the passage and obstacles of Kendall Graves' life journey.
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About the Author. Alan Shatter is a former Irish Fine Gael politician who served as Minister for Justice and Equality and Minister for Defence from to He was a TD for the Dublin South constituency from toand from to He was a partner in the Dublin law firm Gallagher Shatter (–) and is the author of several academic and general publications.
Written by a couple that experienced the pain of adultery and ultimately healed and saved their marriage, this book offers their heartfelt, honest perspectives, as well as practical strategies. "Unfaithful" also includes real stories of betrayal and forgiveness from other couples, giving readers hope and advice for repairing their relationships.
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This book, written to facilitate personal discovery, explains for a general audience the solution to an age-old problem in the human sciences–the paradox of self-deception. In groundbreaking work, Dr. Terry Warner and a team of scholars revealed an explanation to and path out of this paradox.
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These books shine at delivering a regional flavor and careful research. I like that these books aren’t totally self-contained, but new readers should be aware that while the plot of the book stands alone, the personal relationships draw quite a bit on what has come in previous books and parts of this story will continue into the next s: Gary M.
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It’s a universal theme. Betrayal is part and parcel of the human experience. Hasn’t every card-carrying adult experienced betrayal. The Anatomy of a Spy is an unprecedented and instant classic.”—Matthew Dunn, former MI6 officer and author of the Spycatcher series and Ben Sign series "The book is rich in historical anecdotes [and] tackles current affairs, including chapters on what may or may not be going on in American halls of power : Arcade.