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Michael Smith is a British author and screenwriter who specializes in spies and espionage.

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Average rating: 3.83 · 2,382 ratings · 216 reviews · 14 distinct worksSimilar authors
Killer Elite: The Inside St...

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Station X: The Codebreakers...

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The Emperor's Codes: The Br...

3.58 avg rating — 167 ratings — published 2000 — 14 editions
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Foley: The Spy Who Saved 10...

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The Spying Game: The Secret...

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MI6: The Real James Bonds 1...

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“Cooper was frequently asked to take part in interrogations of pilots. The first time he did this, he and two other interrogators were sat behind a trestle table when the captured Luftwaffe pilot, wearing perfectly pressed Nazi uniform and highly polished jackboots, was marched in and halted in front of them. ‘He clicked his heels together and gave a very smart Nazi salute,’ said Jones. The panel was unprepared for this, none more so than Josh who stood up as smartly, gave the Nazi salute and repeated the prisoner’s ‘Heil Hitler’. Then realising that he had done the wrong thing, he looked in embarassment at his colleagues and sat down with such a speed that he missed his chair and disappeared completely under the table.”
Michael Smith, The Secrets of Station X: How the Bletchley Park codebreakers helped win the war

“any country which failed to live up to its international responsibilities and allowed terrorists to use its territory was likely to be a target of US special operations forces. “Those responsibilities include the requirement to stop terrorism within its borders,” O’Connell said. “And if you can’t do that as a sovereign nation, you can expect the United States to have to respond.”
Michael Smith, Killer Elite: Completely Revised and Updated: The Inside Story of America's Most Secret Special Operations Team

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