»Compared to the lean prose of The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, published 50 years ago this year, le Carré’s recent novels can seem overwritten. Some dodgy police dialogue aside (do officers really address people as “son”?), le Carré has returned in A Delicate Truth to what he does best: storytelling.«
John le Carré, the master of espionage, returns with a thrilling tale of dirty tricks in the war on terror, says Jon Stock. His review of A Delicate Truth you can read at The Telegraph.