Tag Archives: Industrial Espionage

The Lost War

Many countries wanted access to Dr. Taggart’s home and his computer files. Inside, his experiments with superdense-storage batteries promised to revolutionize transportation. The country that controlled the batteries would become the next “hyper-power.” A Praying Mantis crawled up the wall, … Continue reading

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The Honest Distraction

Dexter wasn’t only a thief, he was an intellectual. It was a prime reason why he’d never been caught. His successes and his fascination with tech made him a highly sought after “acquisitions expert” in industrial espionage. For these reasons … Continue reading

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Industrial Espionage- Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about an intelligence coup and a terrible breach of confidential information, begins after the photo. Genre: Speculative Fiction/Espionage/Humor Industrial Espionage Ernest sat by the fire where his old bones could stay warm. A … Continue reading

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