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Revelations of the Secret Service

(1911)
A collection of stories by

 
 
Revelations of the Secret Service was first published in 1911. The author, William le Queux (pronounced 'Q'), was one of the first creators of the spy story. A journalist-turned-author, he successfully combined his passionate interest in national security and new technological developments with his detailed knowledge of travel and high society in Europe, in these and other collections of short stories of intrigue and espionage. In 'Revelations of the Secret Service' he comments "Women are more successful as spies than men. That is why so many are employed by both Russia and France." - but our hero Hugh Morrice has the skill and charm to work with or through the wily and the innocent ladies he encounters on travels throughout Europe.



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Paperback Editions

June 2007 : UK Paperback
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Title: Revelations of the Secret Service: Being the Autobiography of Hugh Morrice, Chief Travelling Agent of the Confidential Department of His Britannic Majesty's Government
Author(s): William Le Queux
ISBN: 1-906140-02-2 / 978-1-906140-02-1 (UK edition)
Publisher: Qwertyword Limited
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Kindle Editions

September 2010 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition
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Title: Revelations of the Secret Service
Author(s): William Le Queux
Publisher: Qwertyword Limited
Availability: Amazon   Amazon UK   Amazon CA