In this episode, writer Jeremy Duns and Spywrite's Jeff Quest take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly of spy book titles.
They discuss some of their favorites, alternate titles, translated titles and the many pitfalls authors face when determining a book title.
Special thanks to Jeremy Duns and Jeff Quest for hosting and producing Episode 102 of the Spybrary Podcast all about spy book titles.
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Links and Resources Mentioned in this Spy Book Title episode with Jeremy Duns and Jeff Quest – Title Fight.
Jeremy Duns Official website –
Follow Jeremy Duns on Twitter
Jeff Quest's website –
A look at other titles John le Carré nearly used for his novels.
A look at Mick Herron’s Italian Translations-
John le Carré Official Website –
John le Carré Facebook group –
Ludlum Title Generator –
70’s Spy Thriller Title Generator on Twitter-
Alistair Maclean –
Mick Herron –
Wikipedia page –