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Brian Freemantle's "Charlie Muffin" novels should really suit you in this category. They're great reading.LeverEnd wrote: ↑Tue Sep 14, 2021 11:06 pmI've read a couple of those, very good. No fancy Bond stuff, more the grubby side of spying. Very believable characters. Cheers for the reminder, I'll have a look what else he's done recently.boltonboris wrote: ↑Tue Sep 14, 2021 4:18 pmHardly in the realms of Classic Literature, but I've read a couple of books by Charles Cumming - A Scot who was recruited by MI6 in real life but did not pursue a career - What he did learn though, he put into some fiction books with various characters working within the UK intelligence services.
Popped to Waterstones on dinner to grab another one, which I'm looking forward to starting, after finishing 'Box88' (which was really fun) and 'A Foreign Country'
They're quickly paced and provide a bit of escapism. If you like Reacher, Bond, or other action style fiction, then I recommend
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