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Author: Len Deighton
With this successor to Faith and Hope, British spy Bernard Samson has used up nine lives as the hero of three trilogies. Yet he, and Deighton, remain full of vitality. In his latest depiction of the hermetic world of English spies, "all those inscrutable public-school ruffians," Deighton brings us u
Author: Len Deighton
British intelligence agent Bernard Samson careens between troubled spots in Berlin and London. Bernard's recent triumph is persuading the KGB's renowned spy Erich Stennis to defect to England but, since Samson's wife Fiona has gone over to the Russians, he isn't entirely trusted by his colleagues. N
Author: Len Deighton
What's a veteran cold war novelist to do when there's no more cold war? In the case of British spymaster Deighton, head west for a knotty, if zesty, seriocomic thriller set against Aspen snow and L.A. sleaze. You suspect Deighton's off stride when he starts with a small cheat: Mickey Murphy - a rump
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Author: Len Deighton
Now on the shadowy East-West battlefield of Mexico City. British intelligence agent Bernard Samson must entice his opposite number, a disaffected KGB major, to take the final, dramatic step -- and defect.

But the price of one Russian's freedom must be paid in blood -- blood that Samson unexpe
Author: Len Deighton
The first novel of the trilogy introducing Bernard Samson and the rest of the bickering, in-fighting intelligence community in which he is a much put-upon member. After five years of desk work, Bernie finds himself ordered back into the field.
Author: Len Deighton
Author: Len Deighton
Author: Len Deighton
An analysis of the aerial battle between the Royal Air Force and the Luftwaffe in the summer of 1940 provides a full account of the tactics and artillery on both sides, including descriptions of the Hurricane, Spitfire, and Bf 109 aircraft. Reprint.
Author: Len Deighton
Author: Len Deighton
The third volume in Deighton's hitherto stunning spy series (Spy Line, 1988; Spy Hook, 1989) - but not a sequel. Rather, this gray-spirited entry serves as a kind of dramatic annotation to the earlier volumes - and, peripherally, to Deighton's Berlin Game/Mexico Set/London Match trilogy as well - re
Author: Len Deighton
Britain's top scientists begin to vanish, and one man can find out what's going on, but his identity must remain a secret if he intends to safeguard the secrets of the West, sniff out treason, and live to tell the tale.
Author: Len Deighton
Set in Berlin, this novel tells of the selling of an important Russian scientist to the West. But the unnamed hero soon discovers that behind the facade of a mock funeral lies a game of deadly manoeuvres and ruthless tactics.
Author: Len Deighton
British agent Bernard Samson is suffering the consequences of having meddled when he was instructed to steer clear. Now he is on the run from an arrest warrant issued by his own Secret Service--naming him a traitor.
Author: Len Deighton
A very welcome return for British agent Bernard Samson, hero of Berlin Game, Mexico Set, and London Match (1983-85). In this equally masterful first volume of a new trilogy, Samson, as affably sardonic as ever, sniffs out an apparent financial swindle within the Service that puts him head to head wi
Author: Len Deighton
Author: Len Deighton
Author: Len Deighton