John le Carre


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English writer of novels of espionage (born in 1931)

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John le Carre's sons Stephen and Simon Cornwell produced The Night Manager and The Little Drummer Girl.
Birthdays: from left, Sinitta, Sam Allardyce and John Le Carre
Interweaving past with present so that each may tell its own story, John le Carre has given us yet another novel of superb and enduring quality in vintage style.
John le Carre's new novel is a throwback, a coda to The Spy Who Came in From the Cold (1963), his best-known book.
JOHN le Carre has described having to babysit a drunk Richard Burton while he took on one of the author's most famous characters.
THE PIGEON TUNNEL: STORIES FROM MY LIFE by John le Carre (Viking, hardback PS20, ebook PS9.99) HHHH H ESPIONAGE master John le Carre invites us into a real world of spying and secrecy in this captivating memoir.
The Night Manager was based on John le Carre's novel and it has been suggested the 84-year-old author is penning new material.
In the present atmosphere of clandestine operations, as the result of which the public has been ill-informed and too often kept in the dark, John Le Carre has fashioned a novel built around a bungled black op covered up for three years.
Washington, March 25 ( ANI ): 'Homeland' star Damian Lewis has joined that the cast of spy thriller 'Our Kind of Traitor', which is an adaption of a novel written by John le Carre.
She chats with the likes of Nadine Gordimer, John Le Carre, Mario Vargas Llosa, and Toni Morrison, painting evocative portraits of each.
John le Carre's celebrated 50-year career has produced 23 novels and has given generations of readers an eye-popping tour of the shadow worlds of espionage and crime.
The film, directed by Tomas Alfredson, is an adaptation of the famous John Le Carre novel.
Summary: SYDNEY: John le Carre was nominated Wednesday for the Man Booker prize, recognizing an author's lifetime contribution to fiction.