With Charity Len Deighton’s triple trilogy about secret serviceman Bernard Samson comes to an excellent, if somewhat ambiguous, conclusion. … Read the full post »
James Lailey is an actor who also narrates audiobooks, and does so brilliantly.
Spy Line is the middle book in the middle trilogy about Len Deighton’s MI6 man during the Cold War, Bernard Samson. … Read the full post »
Spy Hook kicks off a new trilogy featuring MI6 man Bernard Samson. It is best read after the Game / Set / Match trilogy as so much of the plot depends on it. … Read the full post »
London Match is the final book in the first of three trilogies (i.e. the third book out of a set of nine) which Len Deighton wrote featuring flawed MI6 man Bernard Samson. … Read the full post »
Mexico Set is the second in Len Deighton’s Game, Set and Match espionage trilogy featuring Bernard Samson. … Read the full post »
Although a tense spy thriller, Berlin Game is really a slow and thoughtful tale where much of the tension comes not from pyrotechnics but from the nagging doubt about whether or not there is going to be a sudden burst of action. … Read the full post »