A small town in Germany

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Coward-McCann, 1968 - Spy stories, English - 383 pages
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An unnatural cry in the dark, an angry swell of political protest, the disappearance of a confidential file from the embassy in Bonn, and a British diplomat who has simply vanished into the night air are the events that start this thriller on a tumultuous ride through a Germany of disenchantment and political dishonor.

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John LeCarre is just the most amazing writer. - Goodreads
To be honest, I was a bit disappointed by the ending. - Goodreads
The language is power packed and the plot enticing. - Goodreads
The background plot is rather difficult to pick up. - Goodreads
I enjoyed the book as a change of pace. - Goodreads
Certainly a surprise ending in the Le Carre tradition. - Kirkus

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User Review  - Barry Bridges - Goodreads

One of those books that leads the reader along with main protagonist Turner to discovery and realisation in turn. A clever absorbing plot and one of this master storyteller's best! Read full review

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User Review  - John - Goodreads

It's LeCarre and a preview of what he will go on to do, but still not there yet. A good enough read all the same. Read full review


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