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