Trains, Spies and the BBC: How The Real Spooks Work

Dec 3, 2007 9:27am

No one does it better than the BBC’s Gordon Corera, a frequent collaborator with the Blotter on Count on him to be able to get inside the secret world of MI-5, Britain’s spy agency, where the real world is just as intriguing as portrayed by Ian Fleming in his James Bond novels. His upcoming series is worth a read for anyone who follows the intelligence community. Read The Sunday Times’ "Don’t Look Now, Britain’s Real Spooks Are Right Behind You."

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