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John le Carré Gives No Truth, Only Betrayal in ‘The Pigeon Tunnel’

John le Carré Gives No Truth, Only Betrayal in ‘The Pigeon Tunnel’

Errol Morris’ The Pigeon Tunnel follows a wily, cynical, yet chipper John le Carré down a rabbit hole of Cold War moral ambiguity.

John le Carré’s ‘A Legacy of Spies’ Has That Old Dark Magic

John le Carré’s ‘A Legacy of Spies’ Has That Old Dark Magic

A Legacy of Spies, John le Carré’s first George Smiley novel since 1990, finds the spymaster’s old henchman forced to excavate the details of a long-buried mission they both wish they could forget.

The Spent, Dishonest Men of ‘The Spy Who Came in from the Cold’

John le Carré’s ‘A Delicate Truth’ Is an Ugly Business

‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’ Provides a Master Class in Acting — as well as Spying

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John le Carré’s ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy’ Reheats the Cold War