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Tions with Carne were complicated by sentiment had had a curious forewarning of the crime and in a private capacity pursued its investigation Without his espionage trained insight into t. My husband is uite a fan of John LeCarre and convinced me that I should read this one It is a small novel 146 pages compared to his later books of 300 or pages and

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A bloody and apparently senseless murder had been committed at Carne School one of the oldest and most glittering ornaments in the British public school system George Smiley whose connec. Le Carre s first book was not so much a spy novel as a detective story with spies in it and this second book is even less a spy novel it is a detective story with Ge

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He workings of the human mind Smiley might never have solved the case But logic and insight were hardly enough to spare him the emotional aftermath of a conclusion he did not want to fac. This is the second book by John le Carr featuring unlikely spy George Smiley To begin my mission to read all the Smiley books in 2020 I did a uick search to identi


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  1. says:

    Le Carre's first book wa

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    A dog that had not bitten the postman; a devil that rode upon the wind; a woman who knew that she would die; a little worried man in an overcoat standing in the snow outside his hotel and the laborious chime of the Abbey clock telling him to go to bed In this second book in the George Smiley series Miss Brimley calls him because she is concerned about a letter she received for the small publication The Chris

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    I haven't exactly rushed to read John le Carré's books but whenever I've gotten around to it I'm always glad I didThe man can write He's not the best It's not all perfect but it's damn good The words just flow The plots are solid The characters feel like real people which is sometimes a knock on mysterycrime wr

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    Absolutely excellent My first meeting with George Smiley and certainly an error I will be correcting in the months to come A very interesting character The whole book was a condemnation of the British class system reinforced by the afterword by

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    All this time I had been clear in my mind that George Smiley was a spy master and that John le Carré writes spy novels A Murder of uality the second novel in the George Smiley series blew both of those assumptions away completely While you could argue that Smiley is technically a spy he's retired from the service When his friend and former colleague from their days in the intelligence services Ailsa Brimley receives a

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    My husband is uite a fan of John LeCarre and convinced me that I should read this one It is a small novel 146 pages compared to his later books of 300 or pages and a little mystery instead of a cold war spy novel Not being the greatest fan of a mystery novel I tend to read them too fast or peek at the ending because I can't stand the suspense

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    Le Carré's second George Smiley novel is like the first a straightforward mystery without the spycraft elements that would later defi

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    Reading John Le Carre's writing is like treating yourself to a fine wine It is not to be sped through or swigged His words and passages lend themselves to being slowly consumed and savored A Murder of uality was set in present day when it was published over 50 years ago Thus the sound of a milk truck chugging from house to house in the early morning hours with the milkman making his front porch deliveries is not out of place Ele

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    This is the second book by John le Carré featuring unlikely spy George Smiley To begin my mission to read all the Smiley books in 2

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    This is the second novel featuring George Smiley; the first is Call for the Dead This is unlike most of the Smiley books in that it is really a classic crime story much in the style of an Agatha Christie Set in an exclusive boarding school Carne School in Dorset this is obviously something which the author feels strongly about consi