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In a thrilling, hilarious novel, le Carré has provided us with a satire about the fate of truth in modern times. Once again, he has effortlessly expanded the borders of the spy story to bring us a magnificent entertainment straight out of the pages of tomorrow's history.
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'Arguably his best book since The Spy Who Came in from the Cold. A masterful portrayal of human weaknesses' (Brian Morton in Times Educational Supplement)
'Delightfully pointed and hilarious ...a well-crafted tale whose thread is studded with funny and moving episodes, as well as pointed asides' (Richard Norton-Taylor in The Guardian)
'This is a book with a momentum of its own, a romantic delirium for troubled times...The le CarrÃ© of his new book is a tough talker.' (Karl Miller in The Observer)
'Le CarrÃ© is on top form - rich, subtle and powerfully imaginative.' (Maxim magazine)
'A work of rare brilliance'
Peter Millar in The Times
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Book Description Hodder & Stoughton, 1999. Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # M-0340766549