Is another Hitler rising to power? Tom Jaeger’s war with the Nazis began the day World War II ended . . . During those last days in the bunker, Hitler and Bormann created a plan that would perpetuate the cause of Nazism long after they were dead. A small band of highly trained agents were to be planted all over the world, someday to come together and bring final glory to the Fatherland. Rudolph Kessler was one of those sleeper agents. He was letter-perfect in English, incredibly smart, and highly resourceful. All he had to do was get through the enemy lines once the war was over, make his way to the United States, and then prepare incognito for the precise moment when the worldwide Fascist movement would once again rear its ugly head. And only one man stood in his way: Tom Jaeger. Only Tom understood the lethal, far-ranging depths of this daring plan. And he couldn’t get anyone to listen—except for one woman . . .
"The little-known story of a spy on the atom-bomb project in World War II who had top security clearance. American born, Soviet trained, he was never even suspected until after his information was in Soviet hands and he was safe in the USSR"--
The story of a young Irish immigrant trained to avenge the deaths of his parents mistakenly murdered by English gunmen. The IRA brings him as a teenager to New York and enrolls him in a Catholic high school which has a seminary close to President Roosevelt's home in Hyde Park. Posing as a religious, the young man is really a killer, his mission to assassinate Roosevelt who has embittered the Irish by helping England in the war.
This mystery begins with the murder of Ravi at a posh club in Delhi. Amal, his friend is determined to find and bring his killer to justice. He finds a coded message left with his wife and when he deciphers it, it leads him gradually to the killer. While the body is found at a dinner party, no one know how the killer got away with the murder till Amal discovers an important clue. Forensic science lends a hand and with his friend Kao and code expert Pinto, Amal is able to prove that this murder was no ordinary murder but the result of careful planning.
A sleeper cell is a person who remains a dormant member of a group while belonging to another group for undisclosed reasons. Usually the sleeper cell status is kept a secret. A sleeper cell is a clandestine group of terrorists who work underground and come back to life suddenly to achieve the target set by their superiors. A sleeper agent is a spy who is placed in a target country or organization, not to undertake an immediate mission, but rather to act as a potential asset if activated. Sleeper agents are popular plot devices in fiction, in particular espionage fiction and science fiction. Sleeper agents who have been discovered have often been natives of the target country who moved elsewhere in early life and were co-opted (perhaps for ideological or ethnic reasons) before returning to the target country. This is valuable to the sponsor as the sleeper's language and other skills can be those of a 'native' and thus less likely to trigger suspicion. One of the most insidious tactics at a terrorist organization's disposal is the implementation of a sleeper cell. This consists of secret agents who receive specialized training in their home countries and are then assigned to assimilate into another country's culture and society. These agents may spend years performing their regular duties while living deep undercover, then suddenly receive orders from their overseas handlers to either commit an act of terrorism or provide aid to those who will.
THIS IS A FICTIONAL NOVEL OF ADVENTURE, CONSPIRACY, FOREIGN INTRIGUE, DEAL MAKING, FINANCIAL & STRATEGIES AND THE ISSUE DU JOUR -- TERRORISM. Jonathan Wainwright Skyler, a soldier, befriends Ben Kalib Ali, a seven year old orphan in Iraq. After eighteen months of duty, Jonathan "gyros" back to the U.S. and musters out of the National Guard. He goes back to work for a wall street firm and in the ensuing years becomes a successful venture capitalist. While having lunch with clients, he notices a young man, dapperly dressed, having lunch with a group of diners. The young man looks familiar, they look at each other and eventually they meet in the restaurant’s restroom and begin talking. Jonathan says hello to Ben Kalib Ali, a strapping young man, handsome and well spoken. Ben tells Jonathan that he was adopted by a California family and sent to the US. After arriving, he completed his primary, secondary schooling and finally University of Southern California. There he majored in chemical engineering and later finished law school at Georgetown University. Ben also said that he was newly married, employed as an attorney with a New York Wall Street firm and was living in Westchester, taking the train everyday to Grand Central Station and then by subway to his office on Wall Street. Little does Jonathan know, but Ben has been programmed to be a destined to carry out one of the most devastating events in New York City. The story takes place in the years 2000 – 2024.
This volume investigates the perception of threat, with particular regard to the roles, functions, and agencies of various types of media. With a focus on the profound impact of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 on the US-American political, social, and cultural order, the chapters reach from the early days after the attacks up to the 2016 election of Donald J. Trump. An international team of contributors analyze how the perceived threats and their subsequent representations changed during this period and what part different forms of media - media institutions, media technologies, and media formats - played within these transformations. Media theoretical perspectives are thus combined with historical approaches to examine the "re-ordering" of the nation, the state, and society proposed in an increasingly converging, multimodal, and networked media environment. This book’s focus on the interrelation between Media Studies, Cultural Studies, and American Studies makes it an indispensable landmark for fields such as Historical Research, Media Theory, Narratology, and Popular Culture Studies.
The Thirty-seventh Parallel is a historical-based work of fiction, centering around a second planned North Korean invasion of South Korea, nine years following the signing of the Armistice in July 1953. It is still just a good old fashioned tale of intrigue, deception, double agents, and edge-of-your seat suspense. If you enjoy a good spy story, youll love The Thirty-seventh Parallel
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How the military used sleep as a weapon--and how soldiers fought back On April 21, 1971, hundreds of Vietnam veterans fell asleep on the National Mall, wondering whether they would be arrested by daybreak. Veterans had fought the courts for the right to sleep in public while demonstrating against the war. When the Supreme Court denied their petition, they decided to break the law and turned sleep into a form of direct action. During and after the Second World War, military psychiatrists used sleep therapies to treat an epidemic of "combat fatigue." Inducing deep and twilight sleep in clinical settings, they studied the effects of war violence on the mind and developed the techniques of brainwashing that would weaponize both memory and sleep. In the Vietnam War era, radical veterans reclaimed the authority to interpret their own traumatic symptoms--nightmares, flashbacks, insomnia--and pioneered new methods of protest. In Fighting Sleep, Franny Nudelman recounts the struggle over sleep in the postwar world, revealing that sleep was instrumental to the development of military science, professional psychiatry, and antiwar activism. Traversing the fields of military and mainstream psychiatry, popular and institutional film, documentary sound technology, brain warfare, and postwar social movements, she demonstrates that sleep--far from being passive, empty, or null--is a site of contention and a source of political agency.
In a distant future, a rogue hacker activates a super-soldier, sleeper agent, in an attempt to topple a dystopian regime. Join our heroine Danica, D395 aka Acid Fox, on her SciFi adventures in the far future. Acid Fox: Sleeper Awaken is a 3dcg Digital graphic novel series presented in a widescreen cinematic format.
“An international insider’s feel for a story with a master’s touch for telling it. Pick it up and you won’t put it down.”—Dan Rather In the wake of an important KGB agent's disappearance, an event of international proportions, journalist Irving Fein teams up with a television anchorwoman and stumbles on the story of a lifetime. “Immensely entertaining . . . engaging and cunningly plotted—with a walth of diverting asides on the self-importance of journalists, the duplicity of officialdom, the venality of big-time literary agents and other of civilized society’s burdens.”—Kirkus Reviews “The spy novel thought dead at the end of the Cold War, is alive and well, rising to new heights in Bill Safire’s Sleeper Spy.”—Richard Helms, former head of the CIA
The book explains, in detail, how ordinary folks commonly among us, daily, could be Secret Agents of Al Qaeda. The characters of the male Doctor, the lady Pharmacist, and the male athletic Coach are intertwined in ways the reader would not ordinarily consider possible or even probable.
Homecoming Queen Sharon Moseley is found dead, naked in the woods, and laid upon an altar. FBI Special Agent Charlotte Cassidy and Agent Harris is called in to investigate the murder of this young woman in the small, Northeastern town of New Kensington. What she doesn't know is that in New Kensington, no one is innocent. Charlotte a Satanist and her FBI partner a Christian must overcome their differences to solve the crime. Meanwhile something is killing off townsfolk. Something mysterious. Something remotely human. With the FBI lagging behind a group of crazy teens who seem to be the only to have found the courage to stop this lurking menace in the small town life where darkness bubbling beneath New Kensington's wholesome facade.