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by Marc Lovell
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Mystery
  • Author:
    Marc Lovell
  • ISBN:
    0385232616
  • ISBN13:
    978-0385232616
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  • Publisher:
    Doubleday; First Edition edition (January 7, 1986)
  • Pages:
    180 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Mystery
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This is another in Marc Lovell's Appleton Porter series. Apple's mission is to expose the freelance spy who is using the movie as an opportunity to penetrate the highly sensitive facility. This "caper", as Apple refers to his assignment, takes place mostly in Scotland where a film crew is making a movie on an estate which is also home to a mysterious, secret government lab. Apple's amusing cover is based on his role as "handler" for his dog which has been given an important role in the film

January 1986 : USA Hardback.

January 1986 : USA Hardback.

Le Carré John The other waited until his companion was crouched behind the telescope in the emplacement, then put down his binoculars, took his black helmet from the peg by the door and carefully adjusted it on his head.

The other waited until his companion was crouched behind the telescope in the emplacement, then put down his binoculars, took his black helmet from the peg by the door and carefully adjusted it on his head. Somewhere high above the checkpoint the arclights sprang to life, casting theatrical beams onto the road in front of them. Leamas knew it by heart.

A fine book in a near fine dust jacket. Jacket has very light wear around the extremities.

The Spy Who Barked in the Night. A fine book in a near fine dust jacket.

That night he stayed in London at somewhere rather good and took himself to the theatre. He felt safe in the taxi. The warmth was contraband, smuggled from his bed and hoarded against the wet January night. He felt strangely light-headed and this worried him. He knew very well that he would accept, that he could have done so at the interview. Safe because unreal: it was his ghost that ranged the London streets and took note of their unhappy pleasure-seekers, scuttling under commissionaires’ umbrellas; and of the tarts, gift-wrapped in polythene. It was his ghost, he decided, which had climbed from the well of sleep and stopped the telephone shrieking on the bedside table.

His first two books, Call for the Dead and A Murder of Quality were mystery novels, although both featured characters like Hans-Dietrich Mundt and George Smiley who would . It will be the ninth book in the George Smiley series

His first two books, Call for the Dead and A Murder of Quality were mystery novels, although both featured characters like Hans-Dietrich Mundt and George Smiley who would reappear in his later spy fiction. The Spy Who Came in from the Cold was his first espionage novel. It was approved for publication by the M16, after they carefully vetted it for classified information and found none. It will be the ninth book in the George Smiley series. Get the entire The Spy Who Came in From the Cold LitChart as a printable PDF. "My students can't get enough of your charts and their results have gone through the roof.

The Spy Who Came In from the Cold is a 1963 Cold War spy novel by the British author John le Carré. It depicts Alec Leamas, a British agent, being sent to East Germany as a faux defector to sow disinformation about a powerful East German intelligence officer. The Spy Who Came In from the Cold portrays Western espionage methods as morally inconsistent with Western democracy and values

Appleton Porter, Britain's tallest and most endearing spy, goes on location with a film crew and uncovers a web of deadly intrigue