A Small Town in Germany
ISBN 9781101603048 | 352 pages | 05 Mar 2013 | Penguin | 18 - AND UP
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"Haven't you realized that only appearances matter?"
The British Embassy in Bonn is up in arms. Her Majesty's financially troubled government is seeking admission to Europe's Common Market just as anti-British factions are rising to power in Germany. Rioters are demanding reunification, and the last thing the Crown can afford is a scandal. Then Leo Harting—an embassy nobody—goes missing with a case full of confidential files. London sends Alan Turner to control the damage, but he soon realizes that neither side really wants Leo found—alive.
Set against the threat of a German-Soviet alliance, John le Carré's A Small Town in Germany is a superb chronicle of Cold War paranoia and political compromise.
With an introduction by the author.
“Exciting, compulsively readable, and brilliantly plotted.”—The New York Times
“Brilliant, unforgettable…a masterpiece.”—New Statesman (UK)
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