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The Incredible World Of Spy-Fi

Spy-fi book coverSpy technology has long captivated the public imagination and James Bond's trendy gadgets have always showcased technology at its cleverest and deadliest. The Incredible World Of Spy-Fi encapsulates four decades of espionage technology in a 160 page book. Written by Danny Biederman (who consults on the 007 films) with ex-CIA technical director Robert W. Wallace.

"From Maxwell Smart's Shoe Phone to James Bond's Walther PPK to Austin Powers' eyeglasses and classic spy gear from
Alias, Mission: Impossible, The Wild Wild West, and more, this visual gallery reveals to the public for the very first time the world's largest collection of spy props and artifacts. Danny Biederman, creator of the Spy-Fi Archives, has spent the better part of his life tracking down over 4,000 rare pieces. So thorough is his collection that the CIA visited the Archives and invited Biederman to display a portion from his massive treasury at CIA headquarters. Here, Biederman profiles over 200 of his coolest, most captivating gadgets, offering enough juicy trivia and insider stories to make any spy proud." (Chronicle Books)

Heartily recommended as required reading for secret agents-in-training everywhere.

The Incredible World Of Spy-Fi (Chronicle Books)


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