The Fourth Courier

Written by Timothy Jay Smith — Take a walk back in time to Warsaw in 1992 with Timothy Jay Smith’s new crime thriller, The Fourth…

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The War in the Dark

Written by Nick Setchfield — Christopher Winter works for British Intelligence, and although he’s a spy, his talents lie more in removing threats to the state…

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Stasi Child audiobook

Written by David Young, narrated by Julia Barrie — At the end of David Young’s police procedural and political thriller – the first of his…

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Reconciliation for the Dead

Written by Paul E Hardisty —Decisions have consequences, so we must learn to live with them. Easier said than done when you’re a young soldier…

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The Dark Isle

Written by Clare Carson –– In the concluding part of the Sam Coyle trilogy, the daughter of an undercover agent travels to Orkney, where she spent childhood…

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The Unfortunate Englishman

Written by John Lawton — John Lawton is not the most prolific author, so when a new book comes along it is something of an event.…

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Trigger Mortis

Written by Anthony Horowitz – Having interviewed Anthony Horowitz elsewhere and learned of his passion for the works of Ian Fleming – as well as…

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Kolymsky Heights

Written by Lionel Davidson — Lionel Davidson and his thrillers have been unjustly neglected in recent years. He blazed a trail with articulate and complex international…

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The Whitehall Mandarin

Written by Edward Wilson — For crime readers with a penchant for espionage, there’s a select band of authors to explore ranging from young turks…

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A classic revisited: Call for the Dead

For 53 years, David Cornwell has been publishing under his pseudonym John le Carré. He originally adopted the name because he was writing about fictional…

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CIS: The Labyrinth Makers

Written by Anthony Price — With a history dating back to the mid-19th century – or even further, depending on who you ask – the crime…

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The Girl in Berlin

It’s summer 1951 and London is feeling the downbeat mood of austerity. Jack McGovern is a detective with Special Branch. High level British diplomats have…

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The Frederick Troy novels by John Lawton

John Lawton is an American-born author who settled in England and has worked in television and film production. He is something of an enigmatic and…

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The Girl in Berlin

Written by Elizabeth Wilson — It is the summer of 1951, and despite the manufactured optimism of The Festival of Britain, London is finding it…

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