Andrew Rosenheim

An Oxford spy ring is finally uncovered

Charles Beaumont’s warped group, recruited by an eccentric fellow of Jesus College, seems all too plausible. Other thrillers from Celia Walden and Matthew Blake

An aerial view of the centre of Oxford, the setting of Charles Beaumont’s A Spy Alone. [Getty Images]

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