"The Night Manager," it is one of his post-cold war ones, dealing with arms dealing.It's really good so far, probably going to keep me up half the night.
Finished "The Night Manager." Le Carre is an interesting contrast to Ludlum (obviously a far superior writer). In a Ludlum book, the good guy is really good, and the bad guy is really bad. It's a fast read, and you forget about it an hour after you finish the book.In "The Night Manager," I rather liked the bad guy (an arms dealer).And the people the good guy is working for aren't really very good (no better than the bad guy, at least).
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