In this episode I take a closer look at the sixth book in the Slough House series, Joe Country, with guest Shane Whaley of the Spybrary podcast. We discuss working conditions for mercenaries, Jackson Lamb’s toenails, and most importantly, Wales! We also talk about Peter Johnson, or is that Boris Judd? Plus Shane gives us his insights on Herron after meeting him at the le Carré lecture and producing interviews with Herron for the Spybrary podcast.
Search for Barbican Station in your podcast app or find past episodes here.
Find Shane Whaley on Twitter here or on the Spybrary website.
Spybrary’s interviews with Mick Herron –
Mick and David Craggs talk Joe Country here.
Mick and David Craggs talk the Slough House series as a whole and London Rules specifically here.
Each month we’ll be exploring a different book in the series. All leading up to the release of Book 7, Slough House.
My original look at Joe Country.
For more on the slow horses, click here.
Track down the real Slough House here.
2 thoughts on “Barbican Station – Joe Country – Episode 7”
I was saddened by Emma’s death because I was enjoying the developing friendship between Emma and Louisa.
Also, Jackson Lamb was always Brian Cox for me, who.may be Scottish, but nowhere does it say Jackson is English.
Enjoyed listening to all the Slough House podcasts today; a veritable feast!
Thanks for listening!