Tim Cranmer, retired secret servant, and Larry Pettifer, bored radical don, philanderer and for twenty years Tim’s mercurial double agent against the now vanished Communist threat, have an unresolved rivalry that dates back decades.
They follow each other into the lawless wilds of Moscow and then Southern Russia until a small, unheard-of nation becomes their proving ground in the finale to le Carré’s dazzling novel.
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le Carré has never written more subtly or tellingly of the fate of agents doomed by their own success
Kirkus Reviews Full Review
as always, le Carré's dialogue and scene-setting are incomparable
Publishers Weekly Full Review
A wonderful book, absolutely in tune with the le Carré canon. I cannot think of a more compelling read
This isn’t our game – it’s uniquely his game… Still nobody does it better
The Mail on Sunday
Le Carré at his magnificent best
The essential voice of our time
The Daily Telegraph
Irresistible...A sinuous plot, leisurely introduced, whose coils become increasingly constricting
Time Full Review
As thrilling as Le Carré gets
The Boston Globe