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The Heat of the Day was favourably compared, on publication, to the work of EM Forster, Virginia Woolf and Henry Green, ( 50, and 63 in this series). It . Richard Hannay is bored of London life. Then a spy is murdered in his flat and he's flung into a world of whistle-wielding bobbies, naughty Scots and German spies. £,
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Created by Tom Rob Smith. With Ben Whishaw, Edward Holcroft, Jim Broadbent, Zrinka Cvitesic. A chance romance between two men from very different worlds, one from the headquarters of the Secret Intelligence Service, the other from a world of clubbing and youthful excess, leads into mystery after one of them is found murdered. Alex Turner (London Spy) Marcus Shaw (London Spy) Summary “ The man I knew was exceptional. The man you knew was not. Unless you’re going to tell me how many sugars he took in his tea, or how he liked to be fucked. Are these the details that define us?” (London Spy, episode 4).
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