Which celebrities do we know of that read spy books? Here is England football legend (still 4th highest England goal scorer) Jimmy Greaves reading Ian Fleming's Live and Let Die back in the 60s. A quality photograph! Got a photo of a celebrity with a spy book? Send it in to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will add it to this page. … [Read more...] about Celebrities reading Spy Books
Interview with Mike Ripley, Author of Kiss Kiss Bang Bang Gourmets have the Michelin Guide, spy fans can now call upon Mike Ripley's Kiss Kiss Bang The Boom in British Thrillers from Casino Royale to The Eagle Has Landed. Mike Ripley the author of Kiss Kiss Bang Bang has probably read more spy books than anyone else on the planet. His book, available now in the UK and due for US release on … [Read more...] about 15: Interview With Mike Ripley Kiss Kiss Bang Bang author
Spy Books for August 2017 Each month as part of a new Spybrary feature I want to share with you what spy books I plan to read. I am always looking for guests to discuss these with so let me know if you fancy coming on the Spybrary Podcast to chat about any of these spy books. A few may become Brush Pass episodes like my debut offering 'Goodbye to An Old Friend - Episode lucky 13 on the Spybrary … [Read more...] about Spybrary Spy Books August 2017 Reading List
Collecting Spy Books - Jeff's secrets declassified! In this episode of the Spybrary Podcast, Jeff Quest from Spywrite returns to the show to reveal his top tips for collecting Spy Books. Jeff has over 300 signed, first edition and/or collectable spy books in his collection. For our money he is one of the most knowledgeable spy fans out there when it comes to collecting spy books. Jeff is not a … [Read more...] about 14: Jeff reveals his tips on collecting Spy Books
Check out this curated list of our favorite Spy Book Blogs Spy book fans are blessed with some excellent spy fiction book blogs on the web. In this post we share with you our favorite 8 spy book blogs that you should bookmark and follow. These bloggers are worth following for their insights and interpretations on, and of spy novels. There are a a lot more than 8 spy book blogs out there but … [Read more...] about 8 Spy Book Blogs You Should Follow
'Charlie Muffin was an anachronism. Past his prime, overtired and hung over, he was about as far from the traditional espionage agent as it was possible to get' Charlie M (Charlie Muffin) - By Brian Freemantle Charlie Muffin is not your ordinary spy, in this first ever round table episode of the Spybrary Podcast, we deep dive into Brian Freemantle's shall we say, rather unusual spy. On … [Read more...] about 10: Charlie Muffin by Brian Freemantle – Spybrary Round Table
Spywrite's Jeff Quest talks to Spybrary about his favorite Spy books The name is Quest, Jeff Quest and on episode 008 of Spybrary the man behind Spywrite opens up to Spybrary's Shane Whaley about his love of spy books. Spy Write is dedicated to spy fiction and nonfiction in all forms – movies, tv and books, new and old, especially collectible signed fiction. Jeff Quest shares with us … [Read more...] about 008: Spy books with Jeff Quest.