»Le Carré may really have been a spy himself; he may really have portrayed the Cold War; but the heart of his fiction remains a much earlier event, the trauma of his confidence trickster father being imprisoned and made bankrupt, when he was just a small boy. How do you cope with being deceived? At 81, le Carré is still asking that question.«

David Sexton

The latest novel by John le Carré A Delicate Truth revels once more in the imaginary world of secrets and lies that is his gift to us, says David Sexton. His review you can read at the London Evening Standard.

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