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The November Man

The November Man Book 7

By Bill Granger

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The classic spy thriller from one of the masters of the genre, now a major motion picture starring Pierce Brosnan.

Now a major motion picture starring Pierce Brosnan and Olga Kurylenko.

WARNING: ADDICTIVE READING.
WE WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OF TIME, DRY EYES OR DISCONNECTION WITH REALITY FOLLOWING PROLONGED READING.

'Granger has combined Ian Fleming, John Le Carré and Trevanian in one heady mix' New York Times

START READING THE NOVEMBER MAN SERIES NOW! Then go on to read the rest, you won't regret it.

Special agent Devereaux - codename November - has gone to ground at Lake Geneva thinking he has left his days at R Section behind when he recieves a cryptic message from Hanley, his former boss:

"There are no spies..."

Devereaux doesn't know that Hanley has been locked away in a government-sponsored asylum for people with too many secrets, or that a beautiful KGB assassin has been ordered to stalk and kill him. And he doesn't know that zero hour ticks closer for an operation to catch a master spy that will drag him back into the world of duty and danger he's tried so long to leave.

'America's best spy novelist' Ed McBain

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Biographical Notes

Bill Granger was an award-winning journalist for the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun Times, and United Press International. His first novel, Public Murders, based on his reporting experiences, won the Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America. His highly praised November Man series has been adapted for the screen, starring Pierce Brosnan as agent Devereaux.

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  • ISBN: 9781473604629
  • Publication date: 21 Aug 2014
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  • Imprint: Mulholland Books
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Public Murders

Bill Granger
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Maj Kirsten's was a public murder. Good-looking, blonde, Swedish, a tourist, she was found stabbed to death and mutilated in one of Chicago's public parks. That got the headlines, put the pressure on the police as politicians and elected officials demanded an equally public solution. They got it of course: a wino, sleeping rough, arrested and charged. The publicwas reassured. Till the next killing - young, blonde, good-looking, mutilated. And the next - the most public of all. Chicago, sweltering in a heatwave, had become a city hot with fear, crying out for relief. That was when Karen Kovac, young, blonde, good-looking, a police officer, was sent out onto the sweating, heat-soaked streets. A decoy to entice a maniac.

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The Infant of Prague

Bill Granger
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Bill Granger
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The Man Who Heard Too Much

Bill Granger
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Henry McGee is Not Dead

Bill Granger
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WARNING: ADDICTIVE READING. WE WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OF TIME, DRY EYES OR DISCONNECTION WITH REALITY FOLLOWING PROLONGED READING. 'Granger has combined Ian Fleming, John Le Carré and Trevanian in one heady mix' New York Times START READING THE NOVEMBER MAN SERIES NOW! Then go on to read the rest, you won't regret it. On the foggy and desolate Seattle waterfront, a grey-haired, gray-eyed man foils a mugging. His name is Devereaux - the November Man. His act of salvation is the first, unexpected step on a perilous odyssey to the remote wilderness of Alaska. His quest is for a mysterious individual named Henry McGee, the sometimes American, sometimes Russian master manipulator, teller of tales, and treacherous link between the superpowers, in a bizarre, far-reaching plot to destroy U.S. Intelligence. The November Man is the unwilling intstrument of the plan's success - or the determined key to its failure.'America's best spy novelist' Ed McBain Loved this? Read The Man Who Heard Too Much next . . .

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League of Terror

Bill Granger
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Bill Granger

WARNING: ADDICTIVE READING. WE WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OF TIME, DRY EYES OR DISCONNECTION WITH REALITY FOLLOWING PROLONGED READING. 'Granger has combined Ian Fleming, John Le Carré and Trevanian in one heady mix' New York Times START READING THE NOVEMBER MAN SERIES NOW! Then go on to read the rest, you won't regret it.The armistice has been all but signed. As one master operative puts it, "The Cold War has lost its Freon." And as people all over the world rejoice, America's intelligence profession prepares to cut back operations. With the old East-West rivalry gone, the planet has no further need for spies. So it would seem. Fortunately, Devereaux - the spy they call November - knows better. Even now, he finds himself and his implacable nemesis locked in a deadly battle. The backdrop is a secret war of terrorism waged by an insidious mastermind combining the bloodiest back-alley tactics of Irish republicanism with the sleek financial machinations of Wall Street. And exploits them both.For Devereaux, this mission becomes more than another assignment reluctantly undertaken for his long-standing employer, R Section. It's deeply personal: an assassin has struck at Rita Macklin, the journalist whose love he has at last begun to accept and reciprocate. Behind the attacks is a man who has proven to have many identities and many lives, a killer without conscience or country, now seeking his final revenge against the November Man. Now Devereaux has but a single goal: kill Henry McGee, before he can strike again.'America's best spy novelist' Ed McBain Loved this? Read The Last Good German next . . .

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The Last Good German

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Burning the Apostle

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Codename November

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Schism

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The Shattered Eye

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WARNING: ADDICTIVE READING. WE WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OF TIME, DRY EYES OR DISCONNECTION WITH REALITY FOLLOWING PROLONGED READING. 'Granger has combined Ian Fleming, John Le Carré and Trevanian in one heady mix' New York Times START READING THE NOVEMBER MAN SERIES NOW! Then go on to read the rest, you won't regret it. Waterlogged, head down, the body floats sluggishly: an agent, American, machine-gunned and thrown into the Seine. A second body: Russian, an agent, sprwled in a drainage ditch near Lakenheath USAF base. And dead in Venice: two men, American and British. One, mutilated, wave-washed in the lagoon. The other dumped, garrotted, in an empty Coca Cola delivery boat. Only agent Devereaux, the November Man, can solve the mystery.'America's best spy novelist' Ed McBain Loved this? Read The British Cross next . . .

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The British Cross

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The Zurich Numbers

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Hemingway's Notebook

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The Cold Moon

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The seventh novel in the bestselling Lincoln Rhyme series sees Rhyme attempt to catch his cleverest opponent yet...How long does it take to die?TICKHis victims would say forever ...TOCKAt each meticulously planned scene, the killer leaves his victims to die slowly, a clock counting down their last minutes on earth.He calls himself the Watchmaker. And it's only a matter of time before he strikes again.But he didn't count on Lincoln Rhyme. Physically, he may face unimaginable challenges, but mentally, he has no limits. With Amelia Sachs as his eyes and ears - and heart - Rhyme is on the Watchmaker's trail within seconds.However, he's not the only one gifted with a calculating intelligence, and this time, his wits must be sharper than ever if he's to catch a killer cold as the moon.Time is ticking for Lincoln Rhyme...'Probably the best book he's written . . . Enough of Deaver's trademark twists to satisfy his most diehard fans . . . A great read' - Observer'[The plot] is like opening up a Russian doll, and it's typical of Deaver's polished, clever entertainment' - Sunday Telegraph

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Skin and Bone

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Greenmantle

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The Watersplash

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To the innocent visitor the picturesque village of Greenings would appear to be a haven of tranquility. But every place has its secrets and beneath the calm surface lurk hidden resentments and dangerous passions. When a man is found lying face down in a nearby watersplash, the verdict is death by misadventure. But Miss Silver happens to be in the neighbourhood and she suspects foul play ...

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The Listening Eye

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No one would ever have guessed that Paulina Paine was deaf, and that her ability to lip-read was astonishing. So the two men who met one day during the showing of a new art exhibition did not realise until too late that the middle-aged tweedy figure sitting out of earshot could understand every word they said. And it had been no ordinary conversation. In fact, Paulina was so shaken by its implications that she went to see Miss Silver straight away. As the violence escalates, Miss Silver finds herself at a very tense house party where all the guests are linked in some way to Paulina. And one of them is a killer ...

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The Gazebo

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For Althea Graham, suffering the whims of her malevolent invalid of a mother, the old family home is a prison. So when two strangely competitive offers for the Graham's house are made to her it suggests that house may hold some dark rewarding secret. Then old Mrs Graham is found murdered in the gazebo ...

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