»Le Carré picks over the cynicism of the secret state with a kind of cold fury. There’s a brilliant climax, with sinister deaths, casual torture, wrecked lives, and shameful compromises.«
John le Carré’s latest tale of bungling spooks and government cover-ups ranks finds him back on top form, Robert McCrum says. His review of A Delicate Truth you can read at The Guardian.
»The Infatuations has already been showered with awards and acclaim. With this exemplary translation, Penguin adds a European master to its distinguished list of contemporary international fiction.«
The Infatuations by Javier Marías is a haunting murder mystery, Robert McCrum says. His review at The Observer / The Guardian.