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3 books about George Blake
This week we received several emails from Spybrary Spy Podcast listeners asking which books about George Blake they should read.Soviet Double Agent, George Blake passed away in Russia this week aged 99. Here are the top 3 spy books about George Blake we recommend. Spybrary Spy Podcast picks for those interested in reading books about...
Jason King is back and he shares his favorite spy books of 2020 and his picks for next year! Jason King returns to the Spybrary Podcast for his annual Christmas address to share his 2020 spy books picks. This is the most requested feature of Spybrary, requested by spouses, friends, and relatives who purchase Christmas...
Spywrite's Jeff Quest in conversation with author Joseph Oldham Jeff Quest (Spywrite) chats with the author of Paranoid Visions, Joseph Oldham. Paranoid Visions explores the history of the spy and conspiracy genres on British television, from 1960s Cold War series through 1980s conspiracy dramas to contemporary ‘war on terror’ thrillers. It analyses classic dramas including Tinker...
Mick Herron's Slough House Review
Mick Herron's Slow Horses series is a massive hit among spy book fans and our very own Erik Williams has been sent an early copy from Soho Press of the 7th Jackson Lamb novel (to be published in February 2021). In a briefing to Spybrary, Erik gives us his thoughts in this spoiler-free Slough House...
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 Rage by Simon Conway. Jonah Said is a man with nowhere left to run. Hunted, haunted, and bearing the horrific scars of a life spent...
Dead Doubles – Spy Book Interview with Author Trevor Barnes on the Spybrary Spy Book Podcast Ben Macintyre, author of Agent Sonya makes his debut on the Spybrary Spy Book podcast. Ben sits down with author, journalist, and special agent Tim Shipman to share more about his latest spy non-fiction book. I am embarrassed to...
Lantern Network also shows off many of Allbeury's best traits. There's the theme of the past coming back to haunt the present, something that appears in a number of his works (including in The Twentieth Day of January) is present here. Also evident is his quickly drawn characterizations, here minus some of the caricaturing he...
Dead Doubles - Interview with Author Trevor Barnes on the Spybrary Spy Book Podcast
Dead Doubles – Spy Book Interview with Author Trevor Barnes on the Spybrary Spy Book Podcast 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...
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. Brush Pass – a quick review from Spybrary listeners on the books they love (and hate!) Can you pull...
On today's Spybrary Spy Podcast, Jeff Quest of the legendary Spywrite interviews spy graphic novelist Antony Johnston. Antony Johnston is a bestselling writer and podcaster whose best-known espionage work is The Coldest City, the graphic novel that the movie ATOMIC BLONDE was based on. He has his second book in the Bridgette Sharp spy series,...
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