Books Reviewed in Studies in Intelligence 2014

Books Reviewed in Studies in Intelligence 2014

The last issue of Studies published each year contains a list of books reviewed in the journal’s pages. This year, the list holds more than 100 titles. As is usual, the vast majority of these reviews were prepared by Hayden Peake, who has been preparing the Intelligence Officer’s Bookshelf section for Studies since 2002. Each issue also contains two, three, or more separate and longer reviews of books of particular interest to intelligence professionals.

The list is arranged by topic areas and time periods within broad categories (Contemporary and Historical), together with sections devoted to listing memoirs and books about intelligence in countries other than the United States.

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