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Spy Author Interview
Matthew Richardson Author
London Station has fizzed into action, Sunday Times journalist and Spybrary contributor Tim Shipman chats with spy author Matthew Richardson. They discuss Matthew's spy novels, his writing style, his literary influences plus they pay tribute to the new generation of spy writers.  And much more!! More about spy writer Matthew Richardson Matthew Richardson graduated with...
In this episode of the Spybrary Spy Podcast, Jeff Quest speaks to the former director of CIA’s Technical Service Robert Wallace about his time in the CIA and the various non-fiction books he has co-authored since leaving the agency.  They discuss how the CIA is similar to all other bureaucracies, why spy tech is so...
Today, we are joined by guest host Steve Minegar of Radio GDR – The East Germany Podcast who serves up an engaging author interview on the Spybrary Podcast. He is chatting with former FBI Agent Ralph Hope about his new book The Grey Men: Pursuing the Stasi into the Present. Let me share a little...
Today, we bring you another engaging author interview on the Spybrary Podcast. We are chatting with historian Dr. Kate Vigurs about her new book Mission France. Mission France tells the full story of the thirty-nine female SOE agents who went undercover in France. Let me share a little bit about the book with you. Mission...
Spy Author Jeremy Duns and Spywrite's Jeff Quest talk through some of the in’s and out’s of research, and especially spy research, in the hopes of encouraging others to do research too. We talk about the a lost Pinkerton manuscript, the time Jeremy nearly got kicked out of an interview before it even started, how...
Today, we bring you another spy author interview on the Spybrary Podcast. We are chatting with author James Stejskal who has just penned his first-ever spy fiction novel titled A Question of Time. Some of you may know James from his non-fiction books, especially an absolute cracker – Special Forces Berlin. James draws on his...
From acclaimed spy novelist Paul Vidich comes a taut new thriller following the attempted exfiltration of a KGB officer from the ever-changing—and always dangerous—USSR in the mid-1980s.Our friend Mike Ripley (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang – The Boom in British Thrillers from Casino Royale to the Eagle Has Landed) urged me to read The Mercenary by...
Today we are joined by author Mark Edlitz the author of The Lost Adventures of James Bond: Timothy Dalton’s Third and Fourth Bond Films, James Bond Jr., and Other Unmade or Forgotten 007 Projects. He is expertly interviewed by James Bond Radio contributor Jack Lugo. Since this episode was recorded, Jack has launched his own...
New York Times Bestselling Author Mark Greaney joins us today to share more about his latest Gray Man novel ‘Relentless.' Mark tells us that Spybrary listeners can read Relentless as the first foray into the Court Gentry series. Mark Greaney also shares more about the upcoming Gray Man movie, his writing process and his future...
Slough House
Mick Herron returns to the Spybrary Podcast to discusses his latest novel – Slough House. Mick is joined in conversation with our Man in London – David Craggs Slough House by Mick Herron In his best and most ambitious novel yet, Mick Herron, “the le Carré of the future” (BBC), offers an unsparing look at...
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