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Author Archives: robhutton
My uncle, Chris Squire, died in October 2018. He was a man of many parts, and at his packed funeral this week, we heard from friends who’d known him at school, at Undercurrents magazine, and through his involvement with Twickenham … Continue reading
A few stories from Agent Jack: The Guardian reports on the medals that were given to the Fifth Column. The Daily Mail adds the story of the naked German in the wardrobe. The Sun reports on the role that mice … Continue reading
The first reviews of Agent Jack are in. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t quite chuffed. Ben Macintyre in The Times says it’s “well-researched” and “highly readable”: Anthony Quinn in The Guardian says it’s “often astounding”:
Agent Jack is available on paper, e-book and in an audiobook, read by Roger Davis. Here’s a sample:
My new book, Agent Jack, is in the shops now. It tells the astonishing true story of how, during World War II, MI5 fooled dozens of British fascists into thinking they were spying for Germany. The story has inspired two … Continue reading
I’m very excited to announce my next book, Agent Jack: The True Story of MI5’s Secret Nazi Hunter. In 1942, MI5 faced a puzzle. They’d spent the first three years of World War II convinced that Germany had a “fifth … Continue reading
Want to get a flavour of the new book? Here’s a free extract… Would They Lie To You preview And there’s more here…
I went on the Today programme, to argue that when the news is bad, uncommunication is by far the best policy.
Post by Robert Hutton.