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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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It begins in Sweden. A low-level defection by a Russian sailor in Stockholm coincides with the theft of top secret data at a high-level Soviet-American conference in Malmö. At stake is a sophisticated computer virus potentially more lethal than any biological plague known to man.
From Paris to Copenhagan to Washington to the Vatican, two adversaries once more find themselves on opposite sides: Henry McGee, the traitorous, seemingly indestructible double agent, and Devereaux - code name November - waging his own personal, deadly war for - and against - both the CIA and the KGB.
'America's best spy novelist' Ed McBain
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An American translator carrying a tape of classified information is pursued by both KGB and CIA agents and protected by the spy Devereaux. ``Jarred only by an occasional turgid phrase, this espionage thriller is the November Man's most memorable appearance to date,'' commented PW.