ley imitating Dickens.nThe good parts of this book are thenscenes of spying: the hero's recruitment,nhis experiences in mihtary intelligence,nand his wife's defeat of hisnCzech handler. In fact, somewhereninside this big, fat book there is annamusing little story about a pretentious,nincompetent English spy, recruitednby the . . .
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