The Best Spy Books I read in 2019 with Spybrary’s Jason King (97)

Best Spy Books of 2019

On Episode 97 of the Spybrary Podcast, spy book connoisseur Jason King shares with us what were the five best spy book novels he read in 2019.

Jason and Spybrary Host Shane Whaley, discuss Jason's five best spy books of 2019, Jason has been reading spy books since the 1960s and admits that he is extremely selective with what he reads.

Jason is a frequent contributor to our Spybrary Listeners Facebook Group and rarely holds back with his opinions on spy novels.

Let him know in the Spybrary group what you think of his best spy books selection of 2019.

Jason's five best spy books of 2019 are listed below. I would recommend you listen to the episode, preferably with a good glass of Scotch and enjoy Jason's appraisal of these spy novels.

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Jason King's Best Spy Books of 2019

A Long Night In Paris by Dov Alfon
Night Heron by Adam Brookes
Joe Country by Mick Herron
The Agent Runner by Simon Conway
The Accomplice by Joseph Kanon

Other novels mentioned on this episode of the Spybrary Spy Book Podcast

RockCreek Park
A Loyal Spy
Spook Street
London Rules
Agent Running In the Field
Legacy of Spies
Firefly

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