The Russia House - John Le CarréHodder & Stoughton, 1994, Paperback ..
Condition: Good. A pleasant enough reading copy.
From the cover: “It is the third summer of perestroika. Barley Blair, London publisher, is sent a manuscript from Moscow. It contains technical information of overwhelming importance. But is it genuine? Is the author genuine? A plant? A madman? Blair, jazz-loving, drink-marinated, dishevelled, is hardly to the taste of the spymasters, yet he has to be used — sent to the Soviet Union to make contact. Katya, the Moscow intermediary, is beautiful, thoughtful, and equally sceptical of all state ideology. Together, as the old, safe clichés of hostility disintegrate, they may represent the future - an idea that is anathema to the entrenched espionage professionals on both sides. The Russia House: a spy story. A love story. A fable for our time.”
Number of Pages: 400
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