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Spy Book Reviews
Spybrary's man in Station L (Northern Sector) author Andy Onyx slipped us this brush pass review of Javier Marias‘s thriller Your Face Tomorrow: Fever And Spear He shares why spy book readers will enjoy this modern spy novel. “Your Face Tomorrow by the Spanish novelist of note, Javier Maras. I say novelist of note because...
The Late Train to Gipsy Hill
Spy Thriller Review by Shane ‘C' Whaley Former Cabinet Minister Alan Johnson has turned his hand to fiction. The Late Train to Gipsy Hill (2021) is Alan Johnson’s first foray into fiction writing following the success of his political memoirs. I was intrigued to see how a former cabinet minister and Home Secretary would go...
Spybrary field agent Chris Lueloff slipped us this brush pass review of Bill Granger's spy thriller November Man series Lueloff shares why spy book readers will enjoy Granger's work and boldly declares that Peter Devereaux is an American Quiller. Agree, disagree? Come and let us know your thoughts in the Spybrary fans community. More About...
Spy Book Review by Shane ‘C' Whaley – Station V Fesperman not only riffs off this operation, which was dubbed one of the CIA’s greatest triumphs, but he also peppers the book with expertly researched elements of East German life to give it that air of authenticity. It is worth noting that Dan Fesperman worked...
A few months ago, spy fan and journalist Tim Shipman published his list of the best spy authors of all time. This was no top ten list though; Tim revealed his favorite 125 spy writers and ranked them! He also gave us the lowdown on each spy author along with reading recommendations and where to...
Spybrary is more than a podcast, we are a global community of spy book and movie fans from around the world. Personnel File of Spy Fan and Cold War Podcast Host Ian Sanders – If you are a fan of Cold War History do check out Ian's Podcast at Cold War Conversations. It's Spybrary Approved....
Spy Book Review by James McShane – Station D. While there is plenty of action in The Other Side of Trust, these setpieces are not the be-all-and-all-and-all of Robinson’s book. There is a deeply political feel to his characters and overall plot. It’s these elements that drew me in as I read.James McShane Of all...
Simon Conway books
So you have heard that Simon Conway‘s books are worth a read but don't know where to start. Let us help you pick the right one with our Spybrary Firsts spy book recommendations. Active: 1998-Key works: The Stranger, The Saboteur, A Loyal Spy, The Agent Runner, Rock Creek Park Simon Conway has penned seven books and is a firm favorite...
Spybrary is more than a podcast, we are a global community of spy book and movie fans from around the world. Personnel File of Spy Fan Ian Douglas – If you are a fan of all things 007 do check out the thinking persons 007 Facebook community – Hildebrand. It's Spybrary Approved.Follow Ian on Twitter....
Spybrary field agent Erich Wagner slipped us this brush pass review of the nonfiction spy book The Spy Who Changed History by Svetlana Lokhova Erich tells us that the book will especially appeal to those of us ‘with an interest in pre cold war Soviet deep cover espionage.' Brush Pass Spy Book Review The Spy...
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