The Art of Betrayal: The Secret History of MI6 ($26) takes you from the Congo to Berlin and from the London back streets to Moscow. These are the incredible stories of those agents who were made up the front lines of British intelligence. The truth is, as often is the case in situations such as this, way more remarkable than any fictional tale could be. In the 100 years since its inception MI6 has long been cloaked in mystery and secrecy and shrouded in myths. Our understanding of what it is like to be a British spy is what we have learned through the writings of John le Carr_ and Ian Fleming. Now Gordon Corera provides an unprecedented and unique insight into this most secret of worlds. We can not put this book down.
“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” | Albert Einstein. Information Graphics ($47) looks at how the most complex of ideas can be communicated through. Our everyday lives are packed with a continuous huge flow of information in order than we interpret and are therefore able to understand the world we are living ...[Read More]