E53: Five Round Reviews — Spy Fiction

Strap on Your Rocket Shoes, It’s Time to Review Some Spy Fiction!

We follow up our discussion of Spy Fiction from E52 with more in-depth reviews of books we read for the show.

Books covered:
‘A Coffin for Dimitrios’ by Eric Ambler
‘The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare’ by GK Chesterton
‘Moonraker’ by Ian Fleming
‘Spies of the Balkans’ and ‘Red Gold’ by Alan Furst
‘The Spy In the Ointment’ by Donald Westlake
‘The Quiet American’ by Graham Greene
‘Agent Running in the Field’ by John Le Carre
‘The Berlin Memorandum’ and ‘The 9th Directive’ by Adam Hall
‘Slow Horses’ by Mick Herron

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