Spybrary -a podcast for fans of spy books, spy tv and spy movies since 2017.
Spy Book Tea Break - Standpoint with spy author Derek Thompson
Spybrary Spy Book Podcast host Shane Whaley takes time away from the East German Desk to enjoy a 15 minute tea break with spy authors.
Today Derek Thompson, author of spy thriller novel Standpoint tells us more about his first book in his Thomas Bladen spy thriller series.
Agent Sonya: Meet Moscow's Most Daring Wartime Spy with Ben Macintyre and Tim Shipman (124)
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 say I knew nothing about Soviet spy Ursula Burton. Though there are some very familiar names in this book, notables include Richard Sorge, Klaus Fuchs, Roger Hollis, Alexander Foote and many more.
Spy Book Tea Break - with Edge of Reality author CG Faulkner
Shane takes time away from the East German Desk to enjoy a spy break with spy authors. Today CG Faulkner, author of The Edge of Reality drops in atStation V and tells us more about his first book in his Cold War Trilogy - The Edge Of Reality.
Casino Royale - The James Bond Book Club (122)
What is The James Bond Book Club? Set in the 1950s as the Ian Fleming James Bond books are released, Spybrary Spy Book Podcast hosts David Craggs and Shane Whaley plus a special guest will review the latest Ian Fleming 007 novel.
In this episode, spy author, Jeremy Duns joins Shane and David to give you their opinions on Ian Fleming's debut novel Casino Royale.
Dead Doubles: The Extraordinary Worldwide Hunt for One of the Cold War's Most Notorious Spy Rings with Trevor Barnes
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 intriguing than spy fiction and that is what we get in Trevor Barnes' book Dead Doubles.
Author Trevor Barnes joins us on the Spybrary Spy Book Podcast to share more about this fascinating story of spying and counter-intelligence.
The Human Factor by Graham Greene. Brush Pass Review
Author and Spy Book fan, Andy Onyx gives us his brush pass spy book review of The Human Factor by Graham Greene.
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Intelligent, reasonable espionage
It’s great to hear intelligent men talking about espionage who are not homophobes or misogynists or idiots. Great suggestions for what to read, and great to listen to while relaxing.
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I recently stumbled upon this podcast, and I enjoy Shane's interviews. I've been cherry picking the many episodes in the pod's backlog, and it's offered some great stuff that's added to my "To Be Read" list.