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Interview: David Adams Cleveland

Out today we have a new novel that will delight fans of historical crime fiction and the espionage genre. Gods of Deception is a 928-page epic written by David Adams Cleveland, and it delves deep into what was one of the biggest trials of the…
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Bad Actors by Mick Herron

Now in the eighth book in the Slough House series, British espionage author Mick Herron continues to kill off his collection of failed spies one at a time, replacing them with new ones. And it seems the MI5 overlords at Regent’s Park have no shortage…
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Target Zero by Anthony Riches

Best known for his Roman epics, Anthony Riches has set aside sword and sandals for a contemporary high-octane series. The Protector novels feature lone wolf Mickey Bale and Target Zero is his second full-throttle outing after last year’s Nemesis. The action flits between London and…
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The IPCRESS File reimagined on ITV

ITV’s remake of this classic 60s spy drama is loaded with glitz and glamour in the West, juxtaposed with the grim austerity of Eastern Europe behind the Iron Curtain. Of course, both facades hide a multitude of sins, and a deadly Cold War confrontation is…
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Betrayal by David Gilman

If Reacher were a spy, not a citizen avenger, he’d be a lot like the Englishman, Dan Raglan, the protagonist of David Gilman’s new globe trotting action series. There’s a comparable level of excitement in this thriller series for Jack Reacher fans to savour and…
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