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Spy Author Interview
Best Spy Book - A Spy Alone
Spybrary's David Clark talks spy fiction and A Spy Alone – the debut novel from former MI6 Officer Charles Beaumont In this episode of the Spybrary podcast, host David Clark interviews former MI6 officer and debut author Charles Beaumont, whose novel A Spy Alone has just been published in the UK. (Available on Kindle elsewhere.)A...
Moscow X - best spy books
Tim Shipman grills former CIA analyst turned spy novelist David McCloskey about second spy thriller, Moscow X. Tim Shipman, the chief political commentator at the Sunday Times, conducts a captivating interview with author David McCloskey on the Spybrary podcast. McCloskey's debut novel, Damascus Station, garnered much excitement among spy thriller readers. Shipman explores how his...
Alex Gerlis
Thirty-year BBC veteran turned spy thriller author Alex Gerlis shares more about his work and the importance of research. Welcome to Spybrary, the podcast for spy book enthusiasts! In today's episode, we are diving into the world of WW2 spy books with author Alex Gerlis. In this episode of Spybrary we talked about the inspiration...
Spy Author Interview - I.S.Berry
Debut author and former CIA officer I.S.Berry chats espionage thriller writing and research for her book The Peacock and the Sparrow. Welcome to Spybrary, the podcast for spy book enthusiasts! In today's episode, we are diving into the world of espionage books with an interview featuring a remarkable debut novelist, ex-CIA officer I.S. Berry. Her...
Intelligence Historian Michael Smith reveals more about his latest book, The Real Special Relationship – The True Story of How the British and US Secret Services Work Together. On this episode of Spybrary the Spy Podcast, host Shane Whaley sits down with guest Michael Smith, an intelligence historian and author of The Real Special Relationship:...
William Maz author
Author William Maz chats espionage thriller writing and research on the latest episode of the Spybrary Podcast Welcome to another episode of the Spybrary podcast, the show for readers of spy books and espionage novels. I'm your host, Shane Whaley, and today we have a special guest with us, William Maz, an accomplished author of...
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...
Best Spy Books - Big Bear Little Bear David Brierley
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...
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,...
This week we welcome the former Home Secretary and best-selling author Alan Johnson to the Spybrary Podcast. In this informative and fun chat, Spybrary host Shane Whaley asks Alan Johnson how his background as Home Secretary helped him to write his fiction books Late Train to Gipsy Hill and One of Our Ministers is Missing....
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