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by Bill Granger
There Are No Spies book. As Devereaux is pursue The plot of There Are No Spies by Bill Granger takes the form of a complex puzzle.
There Are No Spies book. The reader knows that something disconcerting is happening. But the who, what, why and how of it remain a complete mystery to the reader until the very end.
There Are No Spies" is a very well-written read. One structurally resembling a John Le Carre spy story (with plot twists and great attention to the often dour side of spycraft). All in all, author Bill Granger succeeds at keeping 80's espionage-often remembered as thawed by Gorbachev and the fall of The Wall-as enflamed as it was at the height of The Cold War, by exchanging blind national allegiance with personal motives that increase in importance as the lives of the spies begin to decrease in length.
All in all, author Bill Granger succeeds at keeping 80's espionage-often remembered as thawed by Gorbachev and the fall of The Wall-as enflamed as it was at the height of The Cold War, by exchanging blind national allegiance with personal motives that increase in importance as the lives of the spies begin to decrease in length.
Bill Granger (June 1, 1941 – April 22, 2012) was an American novelist from Chicago specializing in political thrillers. He also wrote under the pseudonyms Joe Gash and Bill Griffith. He worked at the Chicago Tribune and other Illinois newspapers.
Coldly effective but suspicious American spy-runner Hanley inadvertently fouls up a deeply embedded Russian mole's scenario when he warns "sleeping'' agent Devereaux ("November'') that something has. While serving in the Army in the mid-1960s, he also worked as a copy boy at The Washington Post.
And the New Man knows. Yackley considered the matter for a moment.
If you think we are worked by strings, Like a Japanese marionette, You don’t understand these things: It is simply Court etiquette. Perhaps you suppose this throng Can’t keep it up all day long? If that’s your idea, you’re wrong. And the New Man knows.
Bill Granger's November Man series in the 80's was the pinnacle of espionage fiction at that time. com User, April 30, 2004. Borrowing from such literary styles as Trevanian, John Le Carre and William Goldman, Granger is able to entertain the reader with solid prose and visual description.
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They are immigrants, working in American laboratories and universities. They are Soviet spies, forced into a network of terror, with their families dangling as hostages. When Devereaux-the November Man-uncovers the brutal scheme, the forces of both East and West mark him and the woman he loves for death. Bill Granger Devereaux. Brilliant, lethally cool operative. Years ago regarded as one of America's most valuable security assets.