Sunday Telegraph (U.K.) Vastly entertaining.
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This is a twist from the usual le Carre novel. Smiley is a former World War II spy, but this is not a spy novel. It is a who done it mystery. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jeffrey J. Ward
An iconic author to be sure, great story and imagery, but too many 60's British colloquialisms can be confusing for this Yank reader.Published 7 days ago by Arashi
As a fan of John Le Carre's works and an apprentice writer, I read "Call for the Dead" and this book to see the beginnings of his writing style and his desire to inform the... Read morePublished 16 days ago by George Knox
I like the characters that Le Carre introduces to the story. Their appearance, thoughts and character so well described.Published 1 month ago by Neil Gavin
Not near as captivating as his later books. But this book is an interesting mystery and I would recommend it to those who admire Mr. le Carre's works.Published 2 months ago by Kindle Customer