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Pro Se Podcast – featuring Aaron Smith ‘Nobody Dies For Free’

PRO SE PRESENTS: THE PODCAST – Author Aaron Smith! This week on Pro Se Presents: The Podcast, Tommy Hancock welcomes Aaron Smith, long time Pulp Author with Pro Se as well as other companies. Aaron discusses his most recent title from Pro Se, the spy thriller NOBODY DIES FOR FREE as well as his influences […]

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Assignment Helene – by Edwards S. Aarons

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Spy Have No Friends – by Harry Hossent

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Churchill’s Vixens No 3

Churchill’s Vixens No.3 The Leaning Maiden By Leslie McManus Published by Mews Books 1976 The Leaning Maiden, is the third book in the Churchill’s Vixens series and it may even be more sleazy than the first. The second book in the series, The Belgian Fox I haven’t found a copy of — and that may […]

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Brigitte Montfort: The Mystery of the Flying Saucer

1991 – Editora Monterrey Limitada Although virtually unknown in the west, one of the world’s must successful spy series features a slinky spy named Brigitte Montfort. There were literally hundreds of these pocket books released in Brazil. Thanks to Edson Aran (and that’s a BIG, BIG thank you), a Brazilian journalist and self confessed fan […]

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Harry Palmer Files – 003 – The IPCRESS File: Prologue and Chapter 1

Every Sunday, we’ll be looking at the Harry Palmer series of novels (in which the character doesn’t actually have a name), their author — Len Deighton, the films based on them, the star of those films — Michael Caine, and the television movies that followed, and giving my thoughts on all I encounter. I’ll inevitably […]

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The Librio Defection: Free for your Kindle

My Retro-Spy novelette, The Librio Defection, a white knuckle action adventure which harks back to the great spy novels of the ’60s and ’70s, but infused with the high-octane punch of a modern thriller, is now FREE on Amazon – for your Kindle (or Computer/Tablet/Phone device) – it will be available for free until Friday […]

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The LIBRIO Defection

Looking for wild and woolly spy thrills? My new retrospy book (writing under the pen name James Hopwood) is now available for Kindle (It will be available as a paperback in a few weeks time). The story introduces Jarvis Love, a young agent working for the Global Intelligence Network (G.I.N. – for those fond of […]

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Crime Factory 10

G’day all. The tenth issue of popular web magazine, Crime Factory is now live. This issue includes a short piece by me (writing as James Hopwood), called For Your Sighs Only: The Spy-Fi Smut of Clyde Allison, which looks back at the 0008 book series, in all their filthy glory. But, there’s plenty more in […]

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Nick Carter: Death Orbit

Author: David Hagberg Publisher: Charter Books Published: 1986 Book No: 217 Only a certain type of person would pick up a novel called Nick Carter: Death Orbit, and I happen to be one of those people. And if you’re like me, you would expect certain things from that novel – chiefly, no matter how contrived, […]

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