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Spy Curious

A behind-the-scenes glimpse into the real lives of investigators – from PIs to spies, from Magnum PI to Jason Bourne to anyone out there searching for the truth. The Sound of Pursuit is produced by Pursuit Mag. Think of it as This American Life and RadioLab if Ira Glass, Robert Krulwich and Jad Abumrad loved to hang out in dark alleys, wear fedoras, and hack into bad guys' cellphones.

The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel is a high-quality serial mystery story for middle graders, performed by actual kids. Think Goonies, meets Spy Kids, meets Stranger Things for 8-12 year-olds. Listen along as eleven-year-old Mars Patel and his pals JP, Toothpick, and Caddie set out on a audacious adventure in search of two missing friends. The mysterious tech billionaire Oliver Pruitt might have a thing-or-two to say about their quest, because as he likes to say, To the stars! In fact, that’s just where they might be headed...

SpyCast

Each week, the International Spy Museum will offer a new SpyCast featuring interviews and programs with ex-spies, intelligence experts, and espionage scholars. The SpyCast is hosted by Dr. Vince Houghton, historian and curator at the International Spy Museum. Dr. Houghton specializes in intelligence, diplomatic, and military history, with expertise in the late-WWII and early-Cold War eras. The International Spy Museum (www.spymuseum.org) in Washington, DC is the only public museum in the U.S. solely dedicated to espionage.

Inside Line Road Test Videos

Edmunds' Inside Line is an online automotive enthusiast magazine that delivers exclusive road tests, spy videos, news, auto show coverage, blogs, and more to you every day. Check out www.insideline.com for daily updates.

Inside Line Auto Show Videos

Edmunds’ Inside Line is an online automotive magazine that delivers to you exclusive road tests, spy videos, news, auto show coverage, blogs, and more. Check out www.insideline.com for daily updates.

The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

For more than a century and a quarter, fans of detective fiction have enjoyed the doings of the iconic sleuth, Mr. Sherlock Holmes. In the company of his faithful companion, Dr Watson, Holmes has consistently delighted generations of readers. Created by a Scottish writer and physician, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, this immortal private eye has solved cases for kings and commoners, lovely damsels and little old ladies, engineers and country squires and a legion of others who come to him in distress and perplexity. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of 12 stories featuring the pipe-smoking, violin-playing eccentric central character. The collection first appeared in 1894 in serial form in The Strand Magazine and then was later compiled into a single volume. The stories featured here include such gems as The Silver Blaze which is about the disappearance of a famous race-horse. This story is memorable for its “curious incident of the dog in the night-time” remark by Holmes. Other riveting tales in the book include The Adventure of the Gloria Scott – a rare story narrated by Holmes himself. Also there is The Adventure of the Greek Interpreter where we finally get to meet a member of Holmes' family, his brother Mycroft, who is reputed to have an even sharper brain than Sherlock's. Additionally there is The Adventure of the Naval Treaty, with a spy-versus-spy plot. Then there is also The Adventure of the Yellow Face in which Holmes gets it all wrong, and a host of other compelling tales culminating in the story that shook the nation when it first came out – The Final Problem. In The Final Problem, Holmes meets his death at the hands of the evil criminal kingpin, Dr Moriarty. The two engage in a deathly duel at the edge of the Reichenbach Falls in Switzerland and a broken-hearted Dr Watson returns to England, having lost his dearest friend forever. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of unique stories that showcase Holmes' prodigious intellect, Victorian London, wonderful descriptions of rural landscapes and above all, gems of deductive wisdom. The stories are a fore-runner to many investigative methods that were adopted in police practice later. If you've never read a Holmes story before, this could be the start of a wonderful new literary adventure and if Holmes is an old favorite, these stories will only add to the appeal.

Monthly Supercar & Sports Car News show

'Supercar Spin' is the show for all your monthly Supercar & Sports Car News. We sift through the months huge pile of Press Releases from the automotive industry, and bring you just the best bits so you don't have to. We really want your feedback so PLEASE COMMENT Good OR Bad, We want to know! Thanks for watching. Relevant search terms: Supercar Spin, Supercar news, sports car news, luxury car news, new car spy photos, car discussion, car chat

Tales of the Left Hand, Book One

In the tropical-island region known as the Frees, magic is growing stronger, and gunpowder is becoming less reliable. Amid this world of "swashbuckling, intrigue, and a dash of magic," two adventurers literally run into each other and are forced to fight together against pirates, sinister assassins and powerful merchant families, in the process developing a most unlikely friendship. Tesca is the Left Hand, a spy and assassin serving the Duke of Kohaya, ruler of one of the independent realms within the Frees. Kayrla is a sailor and sometime pirate with a few magical tricks up her sleeve. While fleeing the wrath of her former captain, Kayrla collides with Tesca, who’s on a mission of his own, and her captain, assuming them to be partners, sics his crew on both of them. Cutting their way free of the pirates' wrath, the pair come to realize that they make a very effective team, but will their combined talents be enough to stop an assassin seeking the Duke’s life, and who appears to be more than a match for either Tesca’s blades or Kayrla’s magic?

The Jennings Basement: The Americans

A weekly quick-take podcast about the FX Spy Drama, The Americans.

I Was A Communist For The FBI

I Was A Communist For The FBI was a show that came from the anti-Communist hysteria at a peak in the 1950s, and by the end of 1952 I Was a Communist was scheduled on more than 600 stations. The show was based on the book by Matt Cvetic and purportedly told of his adventures as an undercover operative who joined the Communist Party to spy from within for the FBI. Many of the stories contained double-edged conflicts: Cvetic constantly looked for information, walking a tightrope among suspicious Party officials while unable to reveal his true mission even to his family. Dana Andrews stared as Matthew Cvetic, always closing with these words: "I was a Communist for the FBI. I walk alone." Join us as we experience intrigue, mystery, and drama with each episode of I Was A Communist For The FBI.

The Automat: An Agent Carter Podcast

Atomic Rocket Studios presents The Automat: An Agent Carter podcast. Join Caitlin and Adam as they discuss the wild adventures of Peggy Carter. This is some real serious secret agent spy stuff! Check out more entertaining and thought provoking podcasts at AtomicRocketStudios.com

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