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The Naive and Sentimental Lover - John le Carre
A False Flag – A Review of The Naive and Sentimental Lover by John le Carre. By Edward Bloomfield. This review was expertly written and published over at our Spybrary listeners Facebook Group. I know many of our listeners are not Facebook members so wanted to share this review here. I also acknowledge that the...
Spybrary Shelf of Fame – your favourite spy books! Spybrary needs you to vote for your favorite Spy novels. What Spy Books would make your shelf of fame?     Spybrary “Shelf of Fame” Vote for your favourite spy books on the Spybrary Shelf of Fame HERE! What are your favorite Spy Books? Spybrary is...
Spybrary Spy Podcast at Spy Con 2018 in Atlanta, GA
Spybrary at Spy Con 2018 On Episode 39, Spybrary Spy Podcast host Shane Whaley brings you interviews from the inaugural Spy Con. (For more information on the Spybrary Shelf of Fame Vote see links mentioned below and here.)     Shane caught up with former Spybrary Podcast guests Lt Col Michael Brady (author of Into...
Joyce Wayne, Last Night of the World
Joyce Wayne – Last Night of the World And now for something completely different. A spy story that is not set in Berlin, DC, London or Moscow but in Ottawa, Canada of all places. On Episode 38 of the Spybrary Spy Podcast author Joyce Wayne reveals more about her novel based on true events and...
Restless by William Boyd review on the Spybrary Podcast
William Boyd's Restless Reviewed on the Spybrary Podcast     On Episode 31, Professor Penny Fielding of Edinburgh University (and organiser of Edinburgh spy week) told Spybrary listeners that she felt the spy novel with the most convincing female characters is Restless by William Boyd. Spybrary podcast listener Clarissa Aykroyd has some well documented issues...
No Man Dies Twice
Former Intelligence Officer and Journalist Michael Smith talks to Spybrary about his debut fiction novel No Man Dies Twice.   English journalist Michael Smith (Killer Elite and Foley the Spy Who Saved 10,000 Jews) has penned his first ever fiction novel. On this our 36th episode of the Spybrary Spy Podcast, host Shane Whaley talks...
The Wende Museum Brush Pass Review with Gary Dexter Its time to party like its 1989 on this edition of the Spybrary Spy Podcast. Spybrarian Gary Dexter recently visited the Wende Museum in Los Angeles and has transmitted his brush pass review of the Wende Museum for fellow Spy and Cold War Fans. We have...
Mick Herron talks to the Spybrary Podcast about his latest book in the Slough House/Jackson Lamb series 'London Rules'
Mick Herron talks to the Spybrary Spy Podcast about London Rules, Slough House and Jackson Lamb! Spybrary Podcast: Episode 34 With Author MICK HERRON! In this very special episode of the Spybrary Podcast, Shane turns the mic over to special agent David Craggs (from Episode 23) who interviews award-winning British author Mick Herron about his...
‘Sinister rumors link clandestine Arab arms dealing with the man who led the old anti-Nazi Guernica network. It's time to re-open the master file on yesterday's spy…' Agent Palmer, yes really Agent Palmer makes his debut on the Spybrary Podcast to deliver his brush pass review on Len Deighton's Yesterday's Spy!  On Episode 33 of...
John Le Carre and the Cold War author Toby Manning tells us more his latest book on the Spybrary Spy Podcast
About John Le Carre and the Cold War Toby Manning recently published his work which critically examines John Le Carre and the Cold War. Toby joins Shane Whaley on the Spybrary Spy Podcast to tell us more. Toby became a Le Carre fan at the age of 13. Having watched the Alec Guinness Tinker Tailor...
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