Book - 1982 | 1st ed
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"A brilliant achievement. . . .Like the best work of Greene and Le Carré, it is more than genre fiction; it is literature. . . .[Converence] is the most plausible, and perhaps the best spy novel ever written by an American." --Arthur Maling, Chicago Tribune "An intelligent, readable novel about two kinds of intrigue--international and bureaucratic. He succeeds admirably at both tasks."--Ross Thomas, Washington Post "A solid, provocative first novel about the 'deadly game of espionage' . . . Thoughtfulness and human frailty take precedence over action and suspense. Irony is the prevailing mode. . . . Fuller depicts intelligence work--its technical minutiae and its vaunted goals--convincingly. And he subtly weaves various parallels into complementary layers of potential convergence."--Jeffrey Burke, Wall Street Journal "A fast-moving, dramatic, thinking person's spy novel."--Nelson DeMille, Newsday
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1982
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780385180238
Branch Call Number: x
Characteristics: 348 p. ; 22 cm


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