William O’Connor interviews Frederick Forsyth, the spy novelist, about Forsyth’s memoir.
I have fond memories of the three Forsyth novels I’ve read: The Day of the Jackal, The Dogs of War, and The Odessa File. (All were adapted into decent movies too.)
Maybe I’ll check Forsyth’s memoirs out. I’m curious if he still denies that The Dogs of War is a fictionalized account of his attempt to overthrow an African government.