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Agent Running in the Field
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One of those writers who will be read a century from now * Robert Harris * A literary master for a generation * Observer * A bang-up-to-date investigation of some of the big issues of our time * Sunday Express * John le Carre is as recognisable a writer as Dickens or Austen * Financial Times * A rich, beautifully written book studded with surprises. Narrative is a black art, and Le Carre is its grandmaster * Andrew Taylor, Spectator * Blisteringly contemporary . . . Each new book from le Carre is refreshingly different and uniquely compelling * Economist * A very classy entertainment about political ideals and deception . . . laced with fury at the senseless vandalism of Brexit and of Trump. Le Carre is the master of the spy genre. * Guardian * Le Carre demonstrates once again his sublime elegance as a writer, and his delicate touch when portraying human failings in the shadowy world of espionage . . . subtle, wry and seamless, it's an utter joy, from first page to last * Daily Mail * No other writer has charted - pitilessly for politicians but thrillingly for readers - the public and secret histories of his times * Guardian * Le Carre's troubled new protagonist is developed with the author's customary skill . . . an impeccable piece of writing * i * Master of the game * Sunday Times * As ingeniously structured as any of le Carre's fiction, skilfully misdirecting the reader for much of the time * Evening Standard * Le Carre delivers a tale for our times, replete with the classic seasoning of betrayal, secret state shenanigans and sad-eyed human frailty, all baked into an oven-hot contemporary thriller . . . Agent Running in the Field is right on the money, in psychology as much as politics, a demonstration of the British spy thriller at its unputdownable best * Robert McCrum, Observer * A fine piece of storytelling. It is a neat, compact, slow-burning tale with just the right amount of twisting and turning and misdirection. Divided loyalties, uncertain motives, Russian agents, bureaucratic infighting, jaded spies, tatty offices - all of the things you want and expect from a high-quality le Carre thriller are here * The Times *
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John le Carre was born in 1931 and attended the universities of Bern and Oxford. He taught at Eton and served briefly in British Intelligence during the Cold War. For more than fifty years he has lived by his pen. He divides his time between London and Cornwall.