»John le Carré makes the conventional distinction between genre and literary fiction seem absurd. He is far more serious in his themes than the majority of those who write so-called literary fiction; happily he is also more entertaining. Most of all, he is a novelist who matters.«
Government assaults on liberty are at the centre of John le Carré’s latest novel A Delicate Truth. It is his best for years, Allan Massie says. His review at scotsman.com.