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Slough House by Mick Herron

Slough House is Mick Herron’s seventh novel about his team of unloved, incompetent though often marvellously effective MI6 spies. Like all series of this vintage, the characters tend to come and go so a good way to start this review is the same way Herron…
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A Question of Time by James Stejskal

James Stejskal’s debut espionage thriller takes place in 1979 in a divided Berlin. Located in the heart of then-Communist East Germany, Berlin was notoriously fertile territory for spies. In East Berlin and the country surrounding the city were the Soviets and the Stasi, East Germany’s…
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Hitler's Secret

Cambridge professor Tom Wilde has risked his life over three previous thrillers by Rory Clements to spy for and protect his adopted Britain and native United States of America, mainly from the evil Fascists at home and in Germany. Hitler’s Secret takes us two years into…
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The Coldest Warrior

Written by Paul Vidich — The boundaries between espionage and crime fiction sometimes can be murky and hard to define, and other times clear as day. The Coldest Warrior is one of those spy novels that has elements that could be taken straight out of…
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The Vault

Written by Mark Dawson — Set only a few months before the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, The Vault is a standalone spy thriller with all the standard, but essential elements of the sub-genre – MI6, double agents and covert operations with plenty…
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Hitler's Secret

Written by Rory Clements — Cambridge professor Tom Wilde has more than an academic interest in espionage. He has risked his life over three previous thrillers to spy for and protect his adopted Britain and native United States of America, mainly from the evil Fascists at…
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