Unser Mann in Havanna (SZ-Kriminalbibliothek, #13)
Publish date: March 18th 2006
Publisher: Süddeutsche Zeitung Bibliothek
Edition language: Deutsch
, European Literature
, British Literature
, 20th Century
, Spy Thriller
This was my third Graham Greene book and I have not been overly impressed by him as an author quite yet. This book was kind of a tongue-in-cheek book about the spy world and a main character who pretends to be a spy and ends up in situations that he thought were not real. Rereading that last line an...
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Beschreibung Mr. James Wormold lebt mit seiner Tochter Milly in Kuba und verdient sich seinen Lebensunterhalt als Staubsauger-Vertreter. Als er eines Tages vom britischen Geheimdienst angeworben wird, ergreift er die sich ihm bietende Chance beim Schopf, und wird als Spion tätig. Denn nur mit dies...
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