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Shane Whaley
Ian Fleming's Goldfinger
The James Bond Book Club Ian Fleming's Goldfinger on the James Bond Book Club Prepare to experience Ian Fleming's James Bond novels as if reading them for the first time in the year of publication, as we embark on this 007 James Bond literary adventure together. Shane Whaley – Spybrary Podcast Host Are you a...
Looking for an in-depth guide to John Le Carré radio adaptations? Look no further than the BBC's extensive catalog of thrilling spy dramas.From “Call For The Dead” to “The Secret Pilgrim,” Le Carré's iconic novels have been brought to life on BBC Radio, featuring talented actors like George Cole, Simon Russell-Beale, and Brian Cox. Whether...
Cold War Espionage
Author David Brierley chats thriller writing and research on the latest episode of the Spybrary Podcast On Episode 206 of the Spybrary Spy Book Podcast, we chat with Andy Onyx, the author of the cold war espionage novel Like Dolphins Readers looking for a quirky Cold War spy story will find much to enjoy in...
Ian McEwan The Innocent Review
The Innocent by Ian McEwan is a thrilling novel set in 1950s Berlin during the early stages of the Cold War. The book follows the story of Leonard Marnham, a young British post office technician who is sent to Berlin to work on a top-secret project. Leonard is a naive and inexperienced young man who...
David Brierley author interview
Author David Brierley chats thriller writing and research on the latest episode of the Spybrary Podcast On Episode 204 of the Spybrary Spy Book Podcast, we chat with the author of the best spy book I read last year, Big Bear Little Bear, David Brierley. We are also joined by the publisher, thriller critic, and...
So you want to read a realistic spy book but are unsure where to start? You have come to the right place. There are plenty of realistic spy books out there that will keep you on the edge of your seat and guessing until the very end without the need for you to suspend belief...
Today’s guest is writer Adam Brookes. Adam spent over a decade working for the BBC, appearing on television and radio while crisscrossing the globe and spending an extended amount of time in both China and the US. He’s also written for publications such as Foreign Policy and The Economist. His first espionage novel, Night Heron,...
In this Christmas episode of Spy Rewind, Matthew and Jeff take a look at the episode “The Night of Whirring Death” of the 60’s tv show The Wild Wild West. They discuss how WWW is the old west’s James Bond, the great Michael Dunn as one of the best villains – Professor Loveless, and Richard...
It is that time of year once again when book critics and reviewers are asked what are the best spy books of the year. Spybrary is a ‘by spy fans for spy fans' production so it is in that spirit that we asked our own Spybrary Podcast listeners and community members to reveal what were...
The James Bond Book Club - Dr No
The James Bond Book Club Join us as we discuss the latest Ian Fleming James Bond novel, Dr No. We discuss the artwork, the plot, the villains, Jamaica, the femme fatale, the allies, and the glamour. Today it's the turn of Quarrel, Strangeways, HoneyChile Rider, and a fiend called Dr No!All that and much more...
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