As if my TBR pile wasn’t completely out of control (honestly it’s ridiculous even I realize that) yet I seem to feel a compulsion to add to it constantly. I live in mortal fear of having nothing to read, which I am aware is the height of absurdity considering how many hard-copy and e-books I have stashed away like a squirrel preparing for winter. Much like squirrels are purported to, I often forget what treasures I have buried in the depths of my library. I have made it no secret that love stories of all kinds are my main source of reading sustenance but I have been known to dabble in other genres from time to time. This is an example of one of those times I came across this list from Random Houses’ blog and my deeply buried wannabe James Bond/Jason Bourne was immediately intrigued http://www.retreatbyrandomhouse.ca/2013/08/5-great-spy-books-2/ now I need to find a super secret place to hide these ones.
- Sweet Tooth – Ian McEwan
- Agent Zigzag – Ben Macintyre
- Mission to Paris – Alan Furst
- Once a Spy – Keith Thomson
- A Coffin for Dimitrios – Eric Ambler
- Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwan (bringingpaperback.wordpress.com)
- IN THE MAIL: Alan Furst’s “Mission to Paris” (jpundit.typepad.com)