If you are fascinated by the Portland Spy Ring you are going to love this. If you know nothing about the Portland Spy Ring you are going to love this. I often say that spy fact is often more intriguing than spy fiction and that is what we get in Trevor Barnes' book Dead Doubles: The Extraordinary Worldwide Hunt for One of the Cold War's Most Notorious Spy Rings Author Trevor Barnes … [Read more...] about Dead Doubles: The Extraordinary Worldwide Hunt for One of the Cold War’s Most Notorious Spy Rings with Trevor Barnes (121)
Today we decode a brush pass transmission sent in by Spybrary listener Andy Onyx. Author and Spy Book fan, Andy Onyx gives us his brush pass spy book review of The Human Factor by Graham Greene. Can you pull off a Brush Pass? Send in your review to Shane@spybrary.com. Thanks for listening to the Spybrary podcast. You don't have to wait for the next episode, join the conversation happening … [Read more...] about The Human Factor by Graham Greene. BP Review (120)
Today sees the release of John le Carre's most recent work, Agent Running In The Field in paperback. To celebrate its publication, John le Carre fan and Spybrarian Clarissa Aykroyd deliver us a quick brush pass review about Agent Running In The Field. Available on Amazon UK, Amazon US and in all good bookshops including these. Following Clarissa's review of the novel, you can hear from John … [Read more...] about Agent Running in the Field by John le Carre – BP Review
What is The James Bond Book Club? Set in the 1950s as the Ian Fleming James Bond books are released, Spybrary Spy Book Podcast hosts David Craggs and Shane Whaley plus a special guest will review the latest Ian Fleming 007 novel. The James Bond Book Club launches as part of our celebration on hitting 200,000 downloads of the Spybrary Podcast. Our latest episode - Live and Let … [Read more...] about The James Bond Book Club on the Spy Book Podcast Spybrary
Spybrary, the Spy Book Podcast's David Craggs interviews spy thriller author Simon Conway about his life in the military, clearing land mines, and writing spy books. Simon has had five novels published including A Loyal Spy, winner of the Ian Fleming Steel Dagger. His latest novel The Stranger is published on August 13th. Simon Conway has often been referred to as 'Deighton on acid' David … [Read more...] about Interview with Spy Thriller Author Simon Conway
On today's Spybrary Spy Podcast, Jeff Quest of the legendary Spywrite Spy blog chats Espionage Magazine with Josh Pachter. "This episode, I'm talking with Josh Pachter about the mid eighties digest Espionage Magazine. It was dedicated to doing something we hadn't seen before. Printing short spy fiction. Josh has been a published author since he was 16 years old and had numerous pieces published … [Read more...] about Espionage Magazine Remembered – with writer Josh Pachter.
Today we decode an extended brush pass transmission sent in by Spybrary listener Chris Lueloff. Chris recently read 3 Charles McCarry novels and shares with us why he is now one of his favourite spy authors. If you love spy books and movies, keep listening. This podcast is for you. This is Spybrary. It's a Brush Pass quick and simple. You are listening to Brush Pass on Spybrary, … [Read more...] about Why Charles McCarry is now one of my favorite spy writers. (115)