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John Le Carre
Jeremy Duns author of Dead Drop talks more about the Oleg Penkovsky case.
The True Story of Oleg Penkovsky with Author Jeremy Duns   Thrilling, evocative and hugely controversial, Codename: Hero blows apart the myths surrounding one of the Cold War's greatest spy operations and potentially it's greatest spy Oleg Penkovsky   In the late 1950s the USSR appeared to be winning the arms race: their 1949 nuclear...
Tom Colgan, Executive Director at Berkley/Penguins reveals his 5 favourite spy novels!
Tom Colgan is our special guest on episode 44 of the Spybary Spy Podcast with host Shane Whaley Tom is an Editorial Director of Berkley Books which is an imprint of Penguin Random House. Over a thirty year (actually 33 but who's counting?) publishing career he has worked with many authors including Tom Clancy, Mark...
August Thomas author reveals more about her debut spy thriller Liar's Candle
This week, Spybrary Spy Podcast Host Shane Whaley welcomes author and travel writer August Thomas to speak about her debut novel, Liar’s Candle.   Introduced to the podcast by Professor Penny Fielding, August has lived and studied in Scotland and Turkey, where she pursued a Master’s Degree on a Fulbright Scholarship. August began writing Liar’s...
Tim Shipman on Dead Drop 5
Today’s guest finds himself embedded deep in Communist-controlled East Berlin, and has asked his handler to leave him 5 of his favorite spy books at their Dead Drop location in Friedrichshain Park. What will he choose to help him cope with life undercover? Author, Spy Fan and Political Editor of the Sunday Times, Tim Shipman,...
The Naive and Sentimental Lover - John le Carre
A False Flag – A Review of The Naive and Sentimental Lover by John le Carre. By Edward Bloomfield. This review was expertly written and published over at our Spybrary listeners Facebook Group. I know many of our listeners are not Facebook members so wanted to share this review here. I also acknowledge that the...
Mick Herron talks to the Spybrary Podcast about his latest book in the Slough House/Jackson Lamb series 'London Rules'
Mick Herron talks to the Spybrary Spy Podcast about London Rules, Slough House and Jackson Lamb! Spybrary Podcast: Episode 34 With Author MICK HERRON! In this very special episode of the Spybrary Podcast, Shane turns the mic over to special agent David Craggs (from Episode 23) who interviews award-winning British author Mick Herron about his...
John Le Carre and the Cold War author Toby Manning tells us more his latest book on the Spybrary Spy Podcast
About John Le Carre and the Cold War Toby Manning recently published his work which critically examines John Le Carre and the Cold War. Toby joins Shane Whaley on the Spybrary Spy Podcast to tell us more. Toby became a Le Carre fan at the age of 13. Having watched the Alec Guinness Tinker Tailor...
We talk Mick Herron, Ian Fleming, Len Deighton, John Le Carre and many more on Dead Drop 5 Today we launch a new series for Spybrary, it is called DEAD DROP 5. Today’s guest is deep under cover, behind the wall embedded in Communist East Berlin, he has asked his SIS handler to stash 5...
Press release just in from the Ink Factory: ON THE HEELS OF THE WILDLY SUCCESSFUL AND AWARD-WINNING SERIES “THE NIGHT MANAGER,” THE INK FACTORY, BBC AND AMC ANNOUNCE NEXT JOHN LE CARRÉ PROJECT — “THE LITTLE DRUMMER GIRL” Florence Pugh to Star in the Park Chan-wook Directed Series; The series will be sold globally by...
Legacy of Spies Podcast Round Table   September 7th saw  the publication of the latest John Le Carre novel ‘A Legacy of Spies.‘ Is it any good? Does the master still have it? What do some of his most ardent fans think? Today’s podcast is a round table episode, Spybrary Host Shane Whaley is joined...
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