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So what is Spy Con 2018? Billed as ‘Spy Con celebrates espionage and Spy Fiction in all media from literature to television and film. Come be a special agent for the weekend!' Spybrary Host Shane Whaley was keen to find out more, so he got chatting with one of the organizers of Spy Con Matt...
Spy Author Tim Stevens talks John Purkiss, Ratcatcher and much more
Thriller Author Tim Stevens, the man behind the John Purkiss books talks to Spybrary Today we are joined by a spy author who Jeremy Duns says ‘should be as well known as Lee Child.' Spywrite.com and Spybrary contributor Jeff Quest also gives our guests'  first spy novel ‘Ratcatcher‘ a big thumbs up. (Hear Jeff talk...
Dead Drop 5 on the Spybrary Spy Podcast
Dead Drop 5 on the Spybrary Spy Podcast with Ian Sanders   Are you ready for our second installment of DEAD DROP 5? Today’s guest is no stranger to East Germany. He is deep under cover, embedded in Communist East Berlin, he has asked his SIS handler to leave him 5 of his favorite spy...
The Exphoria Code
Spybrary Brush Pass: Agent Jeff Quest shares his thoughts on Antony Johnston's The Exphoria Code Tune in to episode 27 of the Spybrary Podcast and hear what Spybrarian Jeff Quest (the man behind the epic Spywrite blog)  has to say about The Exphoria Code and why you might want to give it a go. What...
Spybrary Brush Pass: The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton Spybrarian Matthew Kresal shares his brush pass review on The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton by Jefferson Morley which has recently been published. According to Tim Weiner, author of Legacy of Ashes -The History of the...
On Episode 25 of the Spybrary Spy Podcast, host Shane Whaley talks to author Christopher McIntosh about his cold war spy thriller ‘The Lebensborn Spy‘ What is the Lebensborn Spy all about then? ‘The Lebensborn Spy is a novel based on a real situation during the Cold War, in which former inmates of the Nazi...
Brian Gray spy podcaster and the man behind the Intelligence Trail London Spy Tours talks to the Spybrary Spy Podcast
Brian Gray of the Sunday Spy Show talks to us about his London Spy Tours and much much more! Ever wondered what its like to go on a London Spy Tour? Today we learn more about the Intelligence Trail's London Spy Tours. Spy Tours are becoming very popular with spy aficionados, both with those who...
We talk Mick Herron, Ian Fleming, Len Deighton, John Le Carre and many more on Dead Drop 5 Today we launch a new series for Spybrary, it is called DEAD DROP 5. Today’s guest is deep under cover, behind the wall embedded in Communist East Berlin, he has asked his SIS handler to stash 5...
The Prisoner
We talk all about the British Cult Classic TV show ‘The Prisoner‘ starting Patrick McGoohan on today's  Spybrary Spy Podcast Today we are going to do something a little different. As regular listeners know the reason I cannot put out a weekly show is that I insist on reading the book of a guest before...
Spy Author Jeremy Duns review of The Bureau
The Bureau (French Spy Thriller) review     Author Jeremy Duns shares his thoughts on the highly acclaimed French Spy Thriller TV series The Bureau. ‘The Bureau (original title: Le Bureau des légendes) is a French political thriller television series created by Éric Rochant and produced by Canal+, which revolves around the lives of agents...
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