By Keith Rice 12 min read
We’ve looked through the thrillers of the last 100 years and have pulled these sixteen books as the essentials to start with.
By Tom Blunt 4 min read
We've got things like treachery and treason on the mind - as did these remarkable authors from throughout history, from Albert Camus to Anais Nin.
By April Smith 5 min read
April Smith, author of Home Sweet Home, joins Signature to discuss her favorite works of Cold War fiction, from John le Carre to Frederick Forsyth.
By Greg Mitchell 4 min read
Greg Mitchell, author of The Tunnels, joined Signature to discuss the first novel written about the Berlin Wall (by none other than John le Carré).
By Tobias Carroll 4 min read
Diving into le Carré’s thoughts on literature, politics, and storytelling reveal these shifts, and offer a glimpse at where spy fiction might turn next.