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A Most Wanted Man Hardcover – 23 September 2008

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'One of the most sophisticated fictional responses to the war on terror yet published, a humane novel which takes on the world's latest binarism and exposes troubling shades of grey.'

One of the most sophisticated fictional responses to the war on terror yet published, a humane novel which takes on the world's latest binarism and exposes troubling shades of grey.

'A wry, warm, compassionate and ultimately deeply cynical and disillusioned story of the state of human relationships and power politics in the first decade of the 21st century.'

A wry, warm, compassionate and ultimately deeply cynical and disillusioned story of the state of human relationships and power politics in the first decade of the 21st century.

A MOST WANTED MAN is a first-class novel about the most pressing moral and political concerns of our time, not least the scandal of extraordinary rendition. Few writers, and certainly none with le Carré's profile, are tackling these issues with any like the same thoroughness and vigour.

'A Most Wanted Man is a first-class novel about the most pressing moral and political concerns of our time, not least the scandal of extraordinary rendition. Few writers, and certainly none with le Carré's profile, are tackling these issues with any like the same thoroughness and vigour.'

'Where literary novelists so often fear to tread, John le Carré has plunged deep using traditional thriller territory to examine the shadowy side of power, as his latest novel does deftly. From its intriguing opening to its pointed conclusion, this should easily maintain le Carré's high standing among his fans.'

Where literary novelists so often fear to tread, John le Carré has plunged deep using traditional thriller territory to examine the shadowy side of power, as his latest novel does deftly. From its intriguing opening to its pointed conclusion, this should easily maintain le Carré's high standing among his fans.

A gripping read

'A gripping read'

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The fiction event of the autumn from 'the essential voice of our time' - Daily Telegraph

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  • Publisher : Hodder And Stoughton (23 September 2008)
  • Language : English
  • Hardcover : 352 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 034097706X
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0340977064
  • Item Weight : 596 g
  • Dimensions : 15.7 x 3 x 24.2 cm
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