On July 20th Michael Smith launched his new book at Bletchley Park, The Real Special Relationship: The True Story of How the British and US Secret Services Work Together, published on August 4.
The Real Special Relationship was also in The Times’ recommended reading list for the new prime minister.
Alan Judd reviewed the book for the Spectator.
Michael also appeared on the True Spies podcast, narrated by Vanessa Kirby, with former CIA case officer Jim Lawler to lift the lid on a rare joint operation between the CIA and MI6.
Seth Thevoz’s new book Behind Closed Doors (published July 28) had wide coverage in the national newspapers, including The Observer, The Times, The Telegraph and The Sunday Times.
He also appeared on Times Radio with Michael Portillo. The interview can be found here, approximately 1 hour 35 minutes in.
Neil Robinson’s spy novel The Other Side of Trust was reviewed on the popular Spybrary podcast.
Mark Simmons appeared on BBC Radio Cornwall discussing his new book Alistair MacLean’s War.
Finally, Mary Novakovich is featured in this month’s edition of The Lady Magazine, recalling her first trip to Croatia. Her new travelogue/memoir, My Family and Other Enemies: Life and Travels in Croatia’s Hinterland, is published by Bradt on 18 August. In the meantime, Bradt has just published an extract on its website.