Call for the Dead

Call for the Dead

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When Lady Ann Sercomb married George Smiley towards the end of the war she described him to her astonished Mayfair friends as breathtakingly ordinary. More info →
Honourable Schoolboy,The

Honourable Schoolboy,The

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Afterwards, in the dusty little corners where London's secret servants drink together, there was argument about where the Dolphin case history should really begin. More info →
Constant Gardener, The
Little Drummer Girl, The

Little Drummer Girl, The

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It was the Bad Godesberg incident that gave the proof, though the German authorities had no earthly means of knowing this. More info →
Looking Glass War, The

Looking Glass War, The

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Snow covered the airfield. More info →
Night Manager, The

Night Manager, The

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On a snow-swept January evening of 1991, Jonathan Pine, the English night manager of the Hotel Meister Palace in Zurich, forsook his office behind the reception desk and, in the grip of feelings he had not known before, took up his position in the lobby a More info →
Perfect Spy, A

Perfect Spy, A

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In the small hours of a blustery October morning in a south Devon coastal town that seemed to have been deserted by its inhabitants, Magnus Pym got out of his elderly country taxi-cab and, having paid the driver and waited till he had left, struck out acr More info →
Russia House, The

Russia House, The

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In a broad Moscow street not two hundred yards from the Leningrad station, on the upper floor of an ornate and hideous hotel built by Stalin in the style known to Muscovites as Empire During the Plague, the British Council's first ever audio fair for the More info →
Small Town in Germany, A

Small Town in Germany, A

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Ten minutes to midnight: a pious Friday evening in May and a fine river mist lying in the market square. More info →
Smiley’s People

Smiley’s People

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Two seemingly unconnected events heralded the summons of Mr. George Smiley from his dubious retirement. More info →