Veteran spy writer John Le Carre’s day might have passed with the fall of the Berlin Wall, but as he tells Today, shadowy Russian influence is still alive and well.
Once again, John le Carre has laboured to create. And once again his legion of admirers are poised to digest another despatch from the frontline of the secret world.
Our Kind of Traitor, the 79-year-old writer’s latest work, and number 22 in a line stretching back to Call For The Dead in 1961, is a typically stylish tale featuring divided loyalties, money-laundering and violent vendetta.
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