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I have read a number of reviews, both positive and negative. This story probably reflects the reality of espionage. It is a game of shadows and lies. Read morePublished 8 hours ago by James C. Scanlan
One of John Kerry Carre's best spy thrillers in a most distinguished writing career. I was touched by the author's sensitive essay to honor Philip Seymour Hoffman who starred in... Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Mike Daugherty
Somewhat disturbing look into the bureaucracy of banks and governments. The ending is less than satisfying and the movie was no better.Published 11 days ago by R. W. Womer Jr.
This book took me forever to slog through. Not my type of novel.
Was the writing bad? No, but it was convoluted. Read more
Pretty fast paced for John Le Carre. Who is the most wanted man in Hamburg? Issa, a young Russian/Chechen illegal immigrant who may or may not be a jihadist? Or is it Dr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marc_el
Terrific. John LeCarre is the best at creating complex characters, and this book is no exception. I read it after I saw the movie. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Susan Fleet
And Yes John Le Carre does it again, just when you thought he had nothing left to say, "Is the cold war really over, or did things just heat up" A new world has emerged. Read morePublished 1 month ago by IntelMedic