As I mentioned previously, these are the textbooks that have been assigned for Strategic Intelligence:
That's nearly seventeen hundred pages. That's a lot of reading, and that's only the vaguely prescribed reading - there were more suggested books. I may try to be selective with what I actually read, because honestly, that's probably physically impossible to read in the time allotted.
E is quite enthusiastic about intelligence, spies, espionage, and a variety of other related topics. One of the fun results of this is that he's well versed in a variety of anecdotes from the history of intelligence operations. I may relate a couple of them as I'm able.