A podcast in which we tell you about a book we just finished, and what we thought of it.

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“The Man on the Street” by Trevor Wood

Antony recommends a crime novel that’s already won multiple awards, and which he considers one of the most accomplished debuts he’s read.

Antony Johnston


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“Slow Horses” by Mick Herron

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56

“Broken Blade” by Kelly McCullough

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“Guns of the Dawn” by Adrian Tchaikovsky

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“Beneath the Rising” by Premee Mohamed

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