Congratulations to Michael Smith who was long-listed for the CWA’s Gold Dagger for non-fiction for The Real Special Relationship (Simon & Schuster). Furthermore, the Henley-based writer will appear at this year’s Henley Literary Festival alongside Sir John Scarlett, former MI6 Chief, to discuss how UK and US politicians and secret services work together.
Sue Dobson’s explosive memoir Burned: The Spy South Africa Never Caught, continues to attract world-wide attention. The BBC World Service aired their two-part programme live, which can be listened back here.
The popular US podcast Spycraft101 also interviewed her here.
Sarah-Louise Miller appeared in the Aspects of History magazine featuring The Mobilisation of Women in Another World War. Her new book, The Women Behind the Few is out now.
She also wrote an article in issue 118 for the magazine History of War.
Finally, listen as Mary Novakovich shares her insider’s perspective on the best places for an authentic meal or an impromptu concert in Croatia for the Wanderlust Magazine podcast.