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Spy Sinker: A Novel

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    Available in PDF Format | Spy Sinker: A Novel.pdf | English
    Len Deighton(Author)

The long-awaited reissue of the final part of the classic spy trilogy, HOOK, LINE and SINKER, when the Berlin Wall divided not just a city but a world.

Bernard Samson is surrounded by puzzles and none more complex than Fiona, his wife and the mother of his children. But as a mystery, she is by no means alone. Can a man love two women at the same time? Can a man serve two masters?

Tessa Kosinski, Bernard's socialite sister-in-law, is not the 'other woman'. She is as faithful to Bernard and Fiona as she is unfaithful to her doting husband. But she is vulnerable, and slowly she is drawn from the bright lights of London to the murkiest and bizarre corners of Berlin.

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Book details

  • PDF | 374 pages
  • Len Deighton(Author)
  • HarperCollins Publishers Ltd; First Edition edition (9 Sept. 1999)
  • English
  • 7
  • Crime, Thrillers & Mystery
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  • By John Longstaff on 6 June 2017

    I've absolutely loved this series of books. Each one is a stand alone novel but worked well as a long story across the whole series. The plot develops throughout and is wrapped up right at the end of the series - it's brilliantly written with a perfect blend of intrigue, humour and thrills. The main characters are fabulous and their roles also progress throughout the books. I love espionage stories and this is the best series I have read. I think Bernhard Samson's character is fantastic - a true, typically understated British hero, going about his job despite the restrictions placed on him by the British intelligence establishment.Well worth a read!

  • By Macca on 2 August 2017

    I read these books in order and this felt like an act of genius in how it went back to the start and filled in all the stories from the perspectives of the key players. Really enjoyable reading and Deighton is a master of his craft. Great end to the second trilogy.

  • By David P Lines on 25 July 2017

    Spy Sinker is a key part of the Sampson series who follows the life and career of a fictional spy within the British Secret Service. An interesting human story that is often left out of 'normal' spy stories.

  • By ross brown on 17 March 2016

    A strange book covering stories previously told but from a different angle, Didn't really work for me.

  • By Heinz S on 23 April 2017

    Some of terminal book is repeating parts of earlier books

  • By Guest on 30 August 2017

    2nd reading of this novel, originally read more than 10 years ago have enjoyed just as much this time.

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