Len Deighton

Berlin Game

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Published 1983 by Hutchinson
Black cloth, silver titles
Dust jacket priced at 8.95
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Len Deighton - Berlin Game

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Bernard Samson had been behind a desk in Whitehall for five years when his bosses decided that he was the right man to slip into East Berlin and talk Brahms Four out of doing something disastrous. Berlin was the city he grew up in, the place he still loved like a mistress, and some of the members of the Berlin Network were men he'd known since they were streetwise Berlin schoolboys. But Samson knew there were few people he could trust, either in Berlin or at home. Too many missions had gone wrong; too many secrets had leaked. Somewhere -somewhere nearer to the heart of things than he'd like to believe - there was the stink of betrayal. As the shadows of treachery lengthen around him, and a false trail of suspicion leads to murder, Samson makes his dangerous rendezvous with Brahms Four. He will bring him out to safety in the West if Brahms Four will lead him to the last, crucial piece in the deadly jigsaw. The name of the 'Berlin Game' is knowing whom you can trust. In the closing moves Samson knows he must find the answer to that question, or face the loss of every thing he loves. In Berlin Game a master of the spy story returns in dazzling form to the world of double-dealing and suspense, bringing a new depth and subtlety to the relationships between the frail human players of the secrets game

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