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The Little Drummer Girl by John le Carré
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The Little Drummer Girl

A Novel

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Narrator Michael Jayston
Length 20 hours 17 minutes
Language English
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Summary

You want to catch the lion, first you tether the goat.

On holiday in Mykonos, Charlie wants only sunny days and a brief escape from England’s bourgeois dreariness. Then a handsome stranger lures the aspiring actress away from her pals—but his intentions are far from romantic. Joseph is an Israeli intelligence officer, and Charlie has been wooed to flush out the leader of a Palestinian terrorist group responsible for a string of deadly bombings. Still uncertain of her own allegiances, she debuts in the role of a lifetime as a double agent in the “theatre of the real.”
 
Haunting and deeply atmospheric, John le Carré’s The Little Drummer Girl is a virtuoso performance and a powerful examination of morality and justice.
 
With an introduction by the author.

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Reviews

“A work of enormous power and artistry; no mere ‘entertainment’…but fiction on a grand scale.”—The Washington Post “An irresistible book…Charlie is the ultimate double agent.”—The New York Times Expand reviews