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By John Le Carré
"Haven't you learned that simply appearances matter?"
The British Embassy in Bonn is up in hands. Her Majesty's financially executive is looking for admission to Europe's universal industry simply as anti-British factions are emerging to energy in Germany. Rioters are hard reunification, and the very last thing the Crown can manage to pay for is a scandal. Then Leo Harting—an embassy nobody—goes lacking with a case choked with private documents. London sends Alan Turner to manage the wear and tear, yet he quickly realizes that neither facet fairly desires Leo found—alive.
Set opposed to the specter of a German-Soviet alliance, John le Carré's A Small Town in Germany is an excellent chronicle of chilly warfare paranoia and political compromise.
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Arrange another meeting, like today, put extra men in everywhere and then jump him. ’ erupted Fredericks, genuinely irritated but also venting some of his earlier anger upon the man. ‘That’s kidnapping, for Christ’s sake! We’d have Moscow going ape, Japan screaming and Kozlov hostile without the wife he eventually wants with him. Why stop at Kozlov, if that’s the way we’re going to operate! ’ Elliott shifted under the ferocity of the attack, looking embarrassed. ‘It was an idea,’ he said, awkwardly.
He’d been tensed, waiting, and he’d still missed the goddamned man until he was right alongside. The irritation, at the thought of Kozlov’s expertise being better than his own, dampened the satisfaction at the man having kept the meeting. Falling into the role dictated by Kozlov, that of Western tourists getting into casual conversation over a point of interest, Fredericks: ‘Yes. ’ This was the testing period, the time when both engaged in seemingly meaningless conversation while each checked that the other had kept to the understanding and come alone.
They wouldn’t let us or any other service within a million miles. And certainly not offer him, openly. ’ Wilson smiled again, at Charlie’s objections. ’ ‘Then I don’t understand,’ said Charlie. ‘The CIA don’t want to share. I bet they’re as mad as hell at the idea,’ continued Wilson. ‘But they haven’t got any choice. From the caution he’s showing, I think Kozlov is genuine. He’s got a wife, Irena. Also KGB. And also stationed in Tokyo. ’ demanded Charlie, even more confused. ‘He’s openly told the Americans he doesn’t expect them to keep the promises they’re making, in their eagerness to get them over,’ took up Harkness.
A Small Town in Germany: A Novel by John Le Carré