The Spy who Came in from the Cold by John Le Carre
"The Spy Who Came in from the Cold" has been publicized as the greatest work of spy fiction ever written and also John Le Carre's greatest novel. Le Carre told the story of Alec Leamus, the British agent who is ultimately double-crossed by his own side, with clarity and distinction, not an easy task. Espionage novels are generally difficult to read, and I assume, even more difficult to write. The plots must be very carefully planned out in order for the author to describe all of the double-crossing, backstabbing, twists and turns necessary without confusing the reader so much that they…
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