"Andrew Gilbrook" - Autor bei Tredition.de
 

     

Andrew Gilbrook

Andrew Gilbrook was born in London on 23rd October 1955 and grew up in Hertfordshire as the middle of three brothers. At the age of 17 he left school with no qualifications and was chosen as an Intelligence Officer recruit.
After 17 years his career ended tragically, leaving him struggling with PTSD unable to tell a soul what had happened. Years of keeping his secret from friends and family, then hearing of the death of his ex-secretary he decided to reveal to all who he really is.
His tale is quite unique, exciting and unbelievable. His first book reveals all.
 

News

My second book achieves Tredition "Book of the Month"

01/10/2020
 
My second book has made Tredition Publisher's "Book of the Month". This is the two out of two after my first book also made the grade.
 

My first interview

20/09/2020
 
My first interview by a podcaster Români în UK & UE Podcast. We talked for 2 hours, but he managed to edit it down to 56 minutes. I enjoyed telling my true story.
 

New book launched. The second book by ex-MI6 Officer Andrew Gilbrook

13/09/2020
 
After the success of his first book, Andy was convinced by readers to tell more stories of his time in the British Intelligence Service. This new story will change history as we have been told.
After being asked by a friend to find out what a secret file was all about, it led Andy on a trail that unfolded an unbelievable history changing adventure. An adventure that could have stopped the Falkland War, but as we know that didn't happen. Read this incredible, funny, sexy book on further amazing true stories by this man that has so many incredible stories to tell.
 

An Ordinary Guy, An Unknown Spy

02/10/2019
 
I'm so pleased that my book has been chosen as October 2019 Tredition publishers book of the month. As an uneducated writer I am flabbergasted that my humble words have achieved this honour.
I hope some visitors to this page will be inspired to purchase a copy and give their honest review.
I have had countless comments from those that have read the book, I never expected such positive feedback.
Thank you everyone.
Andy