Book List in Order:12 titles

  • 'Alan Judd's special magic is to mix contemporary events as they break over our heads with the codes and crafts of the secret world on whose special traits he is always uncannily up to date' Peter Hennessy'Plotting in the best le Carre tradition' Mai...


  • From the author of Legacy, now a major BBC Film, comes a brilliant new novel for fans of le Carre, Graham Greene and Charles Cumming. During a time of political disruption and rising anti-nuclear sentiment, MI5 discovers that an extremist fringe grou...


  • A beautifully written, highly emotional love story about an RAF pilot in WWII, from the acclaimed author of Legacy. Frank Foucham risks his life night after night flying raids over Germany. The war shows no sign of ending and Frank is scared his luck...



  • A beautifully controlled, utterly gripping recreation of the final days in Hitler's bunker and their terrifying legacy, told from the intimate point of view of one of Eva Braun's secretaries In April 1945 Hitler's bunker in Berlin was the last place...


  • Soon to be a major motion picture starring Academy Award winner Christopher Plummer, Lily James, and Jai Courtney. The Kaiser’s Last Kiss is a “crisp, adroit, and subtle tale of great personal power” (The New York Times), which follows the exil...


  • From award-winning author Alan Judd comes a gripping espionage novel set during the height of the Cold War. Capturing the tenor of 1970s London with assuredness on par with that of the genre's greats, Judd has crafted an extraordinary story about a y...


  • Visiting a reclusive literary giant in the South of France, Edward, a novelist, learns a terrible secret and makes a treacherous bargain that causes the young writer to inherit a terrible power when the older dies. Reprint. 15,000 first printing....


  • William Wooding, a bored, overweight Englishman sent to manage a bookshop in South America, finds his life becoming interesting and dangerous when he gets involved with a beautiful prostitute, the country's president, a coup plot, and the CIA...






  • By the author of "Short of Glory", this novel deals with a battalion's four-month tour of duty in Armagh and Belfast during the early 1970s. The central character is Charles Thoroughgood, who with his men, has to cope with boredom as well as occasion...


  • A humorous, anarchic and near tragic novel about Robert Stevens and his friends who are in their last term at Oxford. In the weeks before the final examinations personal entanglements, Jacobean tragedy and a background of international confrontation ...