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Le Carr?'s best book, and one of the finest English novels of the twentieth century. -Philip Pullman Over the course of his seemingly irreproachable life, Magnus Pym has been all things to all people: a devoted family man, a trusted colleague, a loyal friend- and the perfect spy. But in the wake of his estranged father's death, Magnus vanishes, and the British Secret Service is up in arms. Is it grief, or is the reason for his disappearance more sinister? And who is the mysterious man with the sad moustache who also seems to be looking for Magnus? In A Perfect Spy, John le Carr? has crafted one of his crowning masterpieces, interweaving a moving and unusual coming-of-age story with a morally tangled chronicle of modern espionage. With an Introduction by the Author
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David John Moore Cornwell, alias John le Carré /lə ˈkɑːrˌeɪ/, (born 19 October 1931) is a British author of espionage novels.
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