Alan Furst’s “Spies of Warsaw” Comes to TV

April 3, 2013 at 4:35 pm Leave a comment

Alan Furst ’67g, the prolific author who specializes in World War II-era espionage thrillers, is bringing his suspenseful storytelling to your living room. “The Spies of Warsaw,” a miniseries based on his book of the same name, debuts tonight on BBC America.


The New York Times calls the series “true to the original in story and spirit: an enjoyable, straightforward espionage tale.” You can check out a trailer here.

Ryan Jones, senior editor

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