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'An exciting story, excitingly told' * Observer * 'A few years ago le Carre said he had not written the book he would want to be buried with. Perhaps he has done so now.' * Sunday Times * 'In my view, this book is at least as good as his best' * Spectator *Reseña del editor:
Soon to be a major TV series from the critically acclaimed team who brought you THE NIGHT MANAGER, starring BIG LITTLE LIES' Alexander Sarsgard and LADY MACBETH's Florence Pugh The Sunday Times bestseller and winner of the 1984 Edgar Award From the master of spy thrillers, John le Carre, comes a thrilling, intricate tale of Middle Eastern intrigue. Charlie, a brilliant and beautiful young English actress, is seduced by Israeli intelligence officer Joseph. But this duplicitous liaison will in fact lead her to her most dangerous role yet. Forced to play decoy in a mission to ensnare an elusive Palestinian terrorist, Charlie must lead him into a delicate trap, at the risk of falling in it herself. . . Deftly navigating readers through the intricate shadow worlds of international espionage, le Carre's skill and knowledge are unsurpassed, and have earned him unprecedented worldwide acclaim. THE LITTLE DRUMMER GIRL is an electrifying and deeply moving novel, perhaps more relevant today than ever. *********** 'Action-packed' Sun 'There is only one le Carre' Daily Mail 'An exciting story, excitingly told' Observer 'One of those writers who will be read a century from now' Robert Harris 'Perhaps the most significant novelist of the second half of the 20th century in Britain.' Ian McEwan
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