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Which Literary Spy are you?

It’s the ultimate question for any spy fan. If you were a spy which kind of spy would you be? I’ve seen a bunch of quizzes for the movies but I thought I’d throw together this one for all the book spy fans. 22 more words


From @BabyBirdland: A Look At A Bright Future for Adam Hall in 2018

By Contributing Writer: Chuck Boemmel Jr Baltimore Orioles minor league shortstop Adam Hall will look to put his injury behind him and reintroduce himself to fans in 2018.Photo: Baby Birdland Hall, the Orioles’ 2nd round draft pick (60th overall) in 2017, out of A B Lucas Secondary School (London, Ontario, Canada) was sent to the Gulf Coast…

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Reading recommendations for spies - Quiller

Ian Fleming didn’t leave to the reader’s imagination what James Bond liked to read. As written by Edward Biddulph on the excellent James Bond site – … 611 more words


A fictional spy walk in London

Following up on my previous post about locations in London made famous by John le Carré as haunts of George Smiley, I’m posting some other spots where fictional spies hung out. 606 more words


The Berlin Memorandum

The Berlin Memorandum, by Adam Hall

or, The Quiller Memorandum
Quiller, #1

Published: 1965

Free Book


The subtitle really does say it all: The Boom in British Thrillers from Casino Royale to The Eagle Has Landed

Though I sadly missed the launch party last week due to an international incident (but which sadly I can’t discuss due to a slew of D notices) Mike Ripley’s history of the modern, post-war British thriller, with a foreword by Lee Child, is now finally in the shops. 383 more words

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