John le Carré

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The Night Manager

book | Fiction | 1993
UK → Hodder and Stoughton

In the shadowy recesses of Whitehall and Washington an unholy alliance operates between the intelligence community and the secret arms trade.

Jonathan Pine is ready to stand up and be counted in the fight against this ultimate heart of darkness.

His mission takes him from the cliffs of west Cornwall, via northern Quebec and the Caribbean, to the jungles of post-Noriega Panama. His quarry is the worst man in the world.

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Reviews

le Carré is the equal of any novelist now writing in English
The Guardian

A story complex and intense enough to carry both the philosophical weight and the page-turning tension that, combined, make him the supreme tale-teller he is
San Francisco Chronicle

le Carre shows his customary mastery in the details... and reveals once again why nobody writes espionage fiction with his kind of authority
Kirkus Reviews
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A marvellously observed relentless tale
The Observer

has made a brilliant transition to a bitter new world
Publishers Weekly

Le Carre is one of the few British genre writers to have an ear for spoken language Michael Dibdin
The Independent on Sunday
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