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BERLIN GAME by  LEN DEIGHTON - Paperback - 1985-05-12 - from The Book Shelf and Biblio.com

BERLIN GAME

by DEIGHTON, LEN

Condition: Used:Good


Ballantine Books, 1985-05-12. Paperback. Used:Good. SPINE CREASED, SOME YELLOWING ALONG EDGES

Berlin Game is a 1983 spy novel by Len Deighton, and the first novel in the Game, Set and Match trilogy, being succeeded by Mexico Set and London Match, all featuring the character of SIS employee Bernard Samson. Deighton's novel Winter (1987) is a prequel to the series, covering the years 1900-1945 and providing the backstory to some of the characters.




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