Our Kind Of Traitor
Publish date: May 1st 2011
Pages no: 306
Edition language: English
Our kind of Traitor starts with a young couple on holiday in Antigua, who are introduced by the resident tennis pro to a man called Dima. Little do they know that a random (or is it?) acquaintance at a tennis court will change their lives. The next thing we know is that the couple is being interview...
Loved this one. My only other Le Carré to date is "Spy Who Came Into the Cold", which it took me a while to settle into, until I realized that no-one (including the narrative voice) was to be trusted. In this one, we are given a pair of outsiders, not unsophisticated but definitely naive, as our way...
I love le Carré, the writing is excellent, well-drawn characters whom you care about, but I am starting to dread reading his books, as all his recent books seem to end up with the 'baddies' (in this case, corrupt politicians, bankers etc..) getting the upper hand. Not being a conspiracy theorist my...
Our Kind Of Traitor, John Le CarreI read an advanced uncorrected proof. The book is written with some lighthearted humor and a great deal of suspense. Until the final pages, I was really not sure of the outcome or even the actual nature of the plot! However, I could not stop reading it, so psycholog...
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