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The Garden of Weapons

Espionage


by
John Gardner

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 400 pages

Protection: DRM

Language: English

“In our world we live on lies.” When Big Herbie Kruger used those words to break the KGB defector, he didn’t realize just how much his own life had been built on a lie. In his world, though, where love is just another conduit for information, it could be no other way.

Now the lies planted when Herbie created his network in East Berlin have borne their bitter fruit. The lives of men and women who trusted him are in danger and his masters in British Intelligence won’t let him go back to Berlin to help them.

Herbie Kruger has no choice, then. He must tell what may be his final lie . . .

‘Gardner writes with authenticity . . . he is one of the best writers of espionage fiction . . .’ Booklist

‘ . . . a crackerjack story, well worth the investment in both time and money.’ San Diego Union

‘Skillfully crafted . . . sustains a high level of suspense from start to finish.’ Washington Post

“In our world we live on lies.” When Big Herbie Kruger used those words to break the KGB defector, he didn’t realize just how much his own life had been built on a lie. In his world, though, where love is just another conduit for information, it could be no other way.

Now the lies planted when Herbie created his network in East Berlin have borne their bitter fruit. The lives of men and women who trusted him are in danger and his masters in British Intelligence… (more)

“In our world we live on lies.” When Big Herbie Kruger used those words to break the KGB defector, he didn’t realize just how much his own life had been built on a lie. In his world, though, where love is just another conduit for information, it could be no other way.

Now the lies planted when Herbie created his network in East Berlin have borne their bitter fruit. The lives of men and women who trusted him are in danger and his masters in British Intelligence won’t let him go back to Berlin to help them.

Herbie Kruger has no choice, then. He must tell what may be his final lie . . .

‘Gardner writes with authenticity . . . he is one of the best writers of espionage fiction . . .’ Booklist

‘ . . . a crackerjack story, well worth the investment in both time and money.’ San Diego Union

‘Skillfully crafted . . . sustains a high level of suspense from start to finish.’ Washington Post

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