This brief bibliography of intelligence literature provides a wide spectrum of views on intelligence and the Central Intelligence Agency. The readings cover history, technology, opinion, and some of the key personalities associated with intelligence.
The book lists offer the reader personal and academic views on intelligence, its role in national security, and the forces that have shaped it over the years.
This is not intended to be a complete list of works on intelligence, and it will be updated as needed.
Inclusion of a work on the list does not imply endorsement by the US Government or any of its agencies or branches.
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Note: Central Intelligence Agency publications are linked to those books on our website.