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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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In the majestic silence of Chartres cathedral, Devereaux – code name November – receives his assignment: help Czechoslovakia’s cultural liason cross over to the West. A hard enough job, even without the added complication of an act of God.
For in the humble Chicago parish church, the sacred statue of the Infant of Prague is found weeping real tears. A visiting Czech child star, transfigured by the miraculous event declares, on live television, her intent to remain in America in the name of Christ and freedom.
Only an operative as cynical and seasoned as the November Man can sense the sinister link between the two events. The miracle has plunged him into a vast global adventure. And it will take a miracle to get him through it alive.
‘America’s best spy novelist’ Ed McBain
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