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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 Courier. The Cold War has recently ended, but average citizens are struggling to make sense of the new economic realities….
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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 than tradecraft or espionage; he is somewhat of a blunt instrument. It is London, in the autumn of 1963 and…
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AudiobookReviews

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 three crime fiction books featuring Oberleutnant Karin Müller – you find out who he was referring to with the book’s…
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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 dropped into an absurd war based on lies that are revealed to you layer by abominable layer. A soldier’s survival…
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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 holidays. Sam wants to find out the truth about the death of her father who was killed in action. She believes…
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CIS: Len Deighton's The Ipcress File revisited

Len Deighton’s first spy novel, released in 1962 at height of the Cold War, has largely slid away from the crime-reading public’s eye. Published at around the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis, The Ipcress File details the mutual paranoia and distrust that characterised relations…
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