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“Carre on writing, John”

published 04/09/2001

AdvantagesGreat plot, Lead character you can empathise with, Well written

DisadvantagesBoring title!

...Spy books and spy films are generally very different things. Of course, you probably already knew that, but for some reason I didn't and I began to plough my way through another le Carre novel (The Russia House) and realised that the "gritty realism" in a spy book is often a lot less interesting than the "thrilling fantacism" of some of the films. So why I chose to read another le Carre novel...

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AdvantagesGood, solid crime fiction

DisadvantagesNot along the lines of Le Carre's spy thrillers - may disappoint some is certainly of that genre. If you like well-written crime fiction, however, you will like this. I was certainly pleasantly surprised. The author John Le Carre, real name David John Moore Cornwell, was educated in Berne and Oxford, before teaching at Eton. He then worked for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in Europe before embarking on his literary career. He is most famous for his spy...

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AdvantagesGo well with many cheeses and cold meatrs


...I prefer a water biscuit with my cheese rather than a cream cracker. I usually buy Tesco?s own as Carr?s cost more but occasionally I do buy a pack of Carr?s table water biscuits. Carr?s added the word Table as the water they use is of a quality fit to drink at a table. I have no allergies but I note these Carr?s water biscuits contain Gluten, wheat palm oil and salt they are produced on a line...

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