Barrie Penrose (born 1942, Croydon) is a British investigative journalist, interviewer and trainer.
His books include Stalin’s Gold: the story of HMS Edinburgh and its treasure, and with Simon Freeman Rinkagate: the rise and fall of Jeremy Thorpe and Conspiracy of Silence: the secret life of Anthony Blunt. With Roger Courtiour, he produced The Pencourt File based on interviews requested by Harold Wilson about conspiracies in the final years of his government.
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