John le Carré

le Carré in [[Hamburg]], 2008 David John Moore Cornwell (19 October 193112 December 2020), better known by his pen name John le Carré ( ), was a British author, best known for his espionage novels, many of which were successfully adapted for film or television. "[One] of the greatest novelists of the postwar era", during the 1950s and 1960s he worked for both the Security Service (MI5) and the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6). He is considered to have been a "sophisticated, morally ambiguous writer".

Le Carré's third novel, ''The Spy Who Came in from the Cold'' (1963), became an international best-seller, was adapted as an award-winning film and remains one of his best-known works. This success allowed him to leave MI6 to become a full-time author. His novels which have been adapted for film or television include ''The Looking Glass War'' (1965), ''Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy'' (1974), ''Smiley's People'' (1979), ''The Little Drummer Girl'' (1983), ''The Night Manager'' (1993), ''The Tailor of Panama'' (1996), ''The Constant Gardener'' (2001), ''A Most Wanted Man'' (2008), and ''Our Kind of Traitor'' (2010). Philip Roth said that ''A Perfect Spy'' was “the best English novel since the war”. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Le Carre, John
Published 2011
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Published 2003
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Published 1997
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Published 1988
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by Le Carre, John
Published 2004
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by Le Carre, John
Published 2005
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by Le Carre, John
Published 2011
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by Le Carre, John.
Published 1989
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by Le Carre, John
Published 2013
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Published 2013
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Published 2011
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Published 1979