Fan forum

Discuss Len Deighton's work and spy fiction more generally with other visitors

On the Internet: there are hundreds and hundreds of websites and fan forums discussing the work Fleming, Le Carré and other giants of the thriller writing world.

That's great. But there are few opportunities for fans of Len Deighton's work to do so. They too should have somewhere to exchange ideas and information about their favourite author.

This site has an externally hosted* user forum where you can swap stories and critiques with other Len Deighton fans and share your feedback about what you've seen on this site. There are other independent discussion sites about Len Deighton which you'll find on the links page.

Visitors to this website are encouraged to feedback any ideas about what else needs to be included and share any news or stories related to Len Deighton and his work.

Please note: as of 1 November, the Deighton Dossier forum - previously hosted on the Forumer website - was lost; all the existing discussions are gone, sadly, through no fault of my own. A new externally hosted forum has, however, been set up on Forumer's replacement, Yuku.

You can find the new forum here: do feel free to start more debates and discussions about Len Deighton and Cold War spy fiction more generally. We will build this up over time.

Alternatively, you can always add comments to some of the articles on the blog.

Recent visitor feedback

"Good work as always. Out of all the fan pages I follow, this is head and shoulders above the rest!" - Matthew, blog comment.

"I've just stumbled across your site and I want to say thank you for all your work" - Albert Gomperts, Netherlands

"I was introduced to Len Deighton the same way you were: a gift of the Game, Set and Match trilogy. I became a voracious reader of his works" - George, UK

"Congratulations on the Deighton Dossier. I have long been a fan and still have the hardback first edition of Billion Dollar Brain I was given for my 14th birthday. (One of my own novels was reviewed on Radio 4 as 'like a young Len Deighton' which made me immensely proud.)" - Mike Ripley (crime author), UK

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