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"Cool, intelligent... superbly readable... rich entertainment' - Sunday Times 'Was le Carre really No. 1 - or is there another espionage master lurking in the shadows who might be deserving of the palm?... McCarry is the genuine article' - The New York Times 'Possibly the greatest espionage novel ever written' The New York Sun" --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
A major bestseller upon its first publication in 1975, The Tears of Autumn is Charles McCarry's riveting novel of espionage and foreign affairs, spun with unsettling plausibility from the events surrounding the assassination of J.F.K. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Editorial Reviews
I would like to buy this book, which was previously available as a kindle download. But now it says Kindle editions are not available. A temporary issue?Published 1 month ago by Andrew Morral
How could anyone write a political novel in 1953 which reflects so perfectlywith politics 2013?
Every major character can easily be re-identified with today's political... Read more
It's the best book in the Christopher series. I send it as a gift when I want to recruit a new fan for McCarry. Read morePublished 2 months ago by sandy w
I'm on a quest to read all his books. How could Charles McCarrey have passed beneath my radar for so long?Published 4 months ago by charles b mcdonough
This is the first book by this author which we have read--it will not be the last. It is also the latest experiences we have had in the spy genre which is a welcome read for a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Margie Read
What a wonderful book. Reading it was a thrill. The writing was right on with just the right enough information and action to really make it a smash. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Onlygameintown
Extraordinary book by one of the finest novelists of the last century.Published 6 months ago by Gadfly
Great book! If you like spy stories from Le Carre, Silva, Ludlum you will probably like this alternative fiction regarding the Kennedy assassination Plausible story, great... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dale Anderson