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Questions tagged [espionage]

For questions about espionage, the act of covertly gathering sensitive information, in science fiction and fantasy.

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Book about corporations creating genetic “blanks” who can change their DNA

I've been searching for this novel since the '90s and been unable to remember the title or author. I pray someone here can help me. The story is set in the future where corporations run everything. ...
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Looking for space spy book with female protagonist

Here are the details I can remember: Female lead is a spy/assassin, near the beginning of the book she is seducing a man to get information, but he realizes she is a spy and she ends up killing him ...
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Trying to remember sci-fi book about binary star system

I have been trying to recall a book I originally read in French that I would love to read again. This is what I remember from the book: It was set on a planet that had a binary (I think) star ...
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Detective / spy story with machine that makes paper into porridge

This may not be SFF, although I have a vague feeling that at least one of the stories involving the main character has fantastical elements to it. The story (possibly a series of stories) involves a ...
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Spy story with a sci-fi element

The story was about an American spy on the track of (probably) some Russian spies. For some reason he had a device that enabled him to go backward (forward?) in time by a few minutes. I'm pretty sure ...
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Is Tony Stark exaggerating about the potential espionage threat in the Marvel Universe?

Specialized Espionage Services While Tony is on a meet and greet using his smoothest moves on a world-class biological engineering genius, Dr. Amara Perera, who figured out, in an afternoon, how to ...