"Deighton, Greene and John le Carr comprise the reigning triumvirate of fictional spymasters beside whom all others pale."--Seattle TimesIn 1963, Berlin is dark and dangerous. Len Deighton's skilled, jaded, anony-mous hero of The IPCRESS File is now set to arrange the defection--and fake the death--of a leading Soviet scien-tist. "A ferociously cool fable" (New York Times) and one of the first novels written after the construction of the Berlin Wall, Funeral in Berlin revels in the fraught, chilling atmosphere of a divided city.
About the Author
LEN DEIGHTON is considered one of the most important British espionage writers. He has written more than thirty books that range from historicalfiction, dystopian alternative fiction, and brilliant nonfiction on the Second World War.