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Spybrary Brush Pass
Brush Pass – a quick review from Spybrary listeners on the books they love (and hate!) Spybrary Podcast listener John Nordin has kindly submitted a brush pass review to the Spybrary Podcast.John makes his Spybrary debut, giving us his briefing on The Spy Who Sat and Waited written by R Wright Campbell. Talk more about...
Spybrary Brush Pass
On this episode of the Spybrary Spy Podcast, John Koenig sends in a brush pass review of two spy novels written in the early 80s. Chess Player and Button Zone. Brush Pass – a quick review from Spybrary listeners on the books they love (and hate!) What is a Brush Pass review exactly? These are...
Brush Pass reviews? Remember them? I know it has been a while since we received any for transmission so I thought I would share my quick thoughts with you on Merle Nygate‘s The Righteous Spy. Spybrary Spy Podcast host Shane Whaley's brush pass review of The Righteous Spy by Merle Nygate. Many of you will...
Spybrary Spy Podcast with Matthew Kresal Robert Sellars – Battle for Bond – Brush Pass Review -Episode 58 of the Spybrary Spy Podcast After a rejuvenating few months at Shrublands our Brush Pass Reviews makes a welcome return to the Spybrary Spy Podcast.Matthew Kresal's brush pass has been decoded. Tune in and hear his transmission...
Our Man From Sadisto – Clyde Allison – Brush Pass Review Hi everybody it's Jeff Gelb I'm trying my hand at the brush pass to introduce you guys and gals to the wonderful world of Clyde Allison and his amazing character 0008 or Trevor Anderson who is Our Man From Sadisto. Believe it or not...
Matthew Bradford's brush reviews of Matt Helm in The Interlopers
Brush Pass is back and so is Matthew Bradford from Double O Section who tells us more about Matt Helm. Episode 49 sees the return of Matthew Bradford, a man who has watched more spy movies and read more spy novels than I have had hot dinners! He returns to Brush Pass to tell us...
Restless by William Boyd review on the Spybrary Podcast
William Boyd's Restless Reviewed on the Spybrary Podcast     On Episode 31, Professor Penny Fielding of Edinburgh University (and organiser of Edinburgh spy week) told Spybrary listeners that she felt the spy novel with the most convincing female characters is Restless by William Boyd. Spybrary podcast listener Clarissa Aykroyd has some well documented issues...
The Wende Museum Brush Pass Review with Gary Dexter Its time to party like its 1989 on this edition of the Spybrary Spy Podcast. Spybrarian Gary Dexter recently visited the Wende Museum in Los Angeles and has transmitted his brush pass review of the Wende Museum for fellow Spy and Cold War Fans. We have...
‘Sinister rumors link clandestine Arab arms dealing with the man who led the old anti-Nazi Guernica network. It's time to re-open the master file on yesterday's spy…' Agent Palmer, yes really Agent Palmer makes his debut on the Spybrary Podcast to deliver his brush pass review on Len Deighton's Yesterday's Spy!  On Episode 33 of...
The Exphoria Code
Spybrary Brush Pass: Agent Jeff Quest shares his thoughts on Antony Johnston's The Exphoria Code Tune in to episode 27 of the Spybrary Podcast and hear what Spybrarian Jeff Quest (the man behind the epic Spywrite blog)  has to say about The Exphoria Code and why you might want to give it a go. What...
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