R Cloak and Daggersed and updated version of the classic reference guide to modern espionage novels.
A new edition of the definitive bibliography of the modern spy-adventure-intrigue novel. First published in 1976, this edition has been thoroughly revised and updated. After a discussion of early spy fiction, Smith and White provide a detailed listing of novels from 1940 onward. The bibliography is organized alphabetically, with entries providing brief content annotations. Access is enhanced by cross references as well as appendixes and author and title indexes.
Among the new features provided with this edition are a bibliography of articles and books which reflect recent popular scholarship; an appendix, Craft Notes, in which writers themselves speak to concerns of their own choosing; and a glossary of terms on the fascinating and sometimes semantically bizarre language of espionage and spies. As Julian Rathbone writes in his foreword, "I am delighted that the Editors have given me this opportunity to recommend this new edition of Cloak and Dagger to all aficionados of that branch of fiction which has more to say about the way we live now than any other." An important reference tool for public and research libraries and their patrons interested in modern fiction and the spy novel.
Foreword by Julian Rathbone Preface by Joe Poyer Preface to the Reader Introduction Acknowledgments/Bibliography The Early Spy Thrillers (to 1940) A Golden Age and Beyond (1940 to the present) Appendix A: Craft Notes Appendix B: Guide to Pseudonyms Appendix C: Guide to Characters in Series Appendix D: Guide to Intelligence and Terrorist Organizations Appendix E: Guide to the Jargon of Espionage (Spookspeak) Author Index Title Index