Berlin Game

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Game Set Match, Book One

“Deighton, as always, makes the familiar twists and turns of spy errantry new again, partly by his grip of narrative, partly by his grasp of character, and partly by his easy, sardonic tone.” —New Yorker on Berlin Game

“Deighton is so far in the front of other writers in the field that they are not even in sight.” —Sunday Times

Berlin Game begins with a plea from “Brahms Four,” one of Britain’s most valuable agents stationed in East Germany: He wants to cross the Iron Curtain and come to the West. Bernard Samson, the former field agent now stationed in London, is tasked with the rescue. But before he even sets out on the mission, suspicions arise that there is a traitor in the MI6, likely one of his closest colleagues.

The first in Len Deighton’s acclaimed Game, Set, Match trilogy featuring the talented yet jaded intelligence officer Bernard Samson, Berlin Game is a riveting story of betrayal and suspicion in the Cold War.

Length: 10.5 Hours
Category: Thrillers / Espionage Fiction
ISBN: 979-8-9877119-4-1

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