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by Len Deighton
Author: Len Deighton
Publisher: Grand Central Pub (October 1, 1983)
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Len Deighton - Yesterday's Spy. (1975).
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Yesterday’s Spy. Annotation. Author: Len Deighton. Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers, 2012. Time to reopen the master file on yesterday’s sp. his new reissue includes a foreword from the cover designer, Oscar-winning filmmaker Arnold Schwartzman, and a brand new introduction by Len Deighton, which offers a fascinating insight into the writing of the story.
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No,’ I said, but without much conviction. I didn’t want to argue with him. He opened the shutters so that he could see the charcuterie across the alley. ing from shredded carrot to pig feet. Yes, you would,’ he insisted. Look at that time we booked you into the St Regis, and you went into a cold-water walk-up in the Village. If this place had some kind of charm, I’d understand. But it’s just a flophouse. For a long time he was.
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Yesterday’s Spy - Len Deighton. The discomfort was more than made up for by the friendliness of the Swabian couple who worked so hard and kept so cheerful and let us into the kitchen to learn some secrets of south German cooking. We stayed in that lakeside village for months. My two sons went to school nearby and my understanding of the German south and its people proved valuable for my book Winter, which I wrote there using one of the earliest laptop computers. We were all sorry to depart.
It seems like only yesterday,’ he said. He poured the tea. ‘You were too young to be a correspondent for an American newspaper, but I knew you were not working for the Germans.
Leonard Cyril Deighton (/ˈdiːtən/; born 18 February 1929) is a British author. Deighton is considered one of the top three spy novelists of his time (along with Ian Fleming and John le Carré). In addition he is a highly acclaimed military historian,. In addition he is a highly acclaimed military historian, cookery writer, and graphic artist. The IPCRESS File (1962), his first novel, was an instant bestseller and broke the mould of thriller writing. The Sunday Times called him "the poet of the spy story"
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Deighton's interest in spy stories may have been partially inspired by the arrest . Deighton then worked as an airline steward with BOAC.
Deighton's interest in spy stories may have been partially inspired by the arrest of Anna Wolkoff, which he witnessed as an 11-year-old boy. Wolkoff was a British citizen of Russian descent who was a Nazi sp. Before he began his writing career he worked as an illustrator in New York and, in 1960, as an art director in a London advertising agency. Deighton also published a series of cookery books and wrote and drew a weekly strip cartoon-style illustrated cooking guide in London's "The Observer" newspaper – "Len Deighton's Cookstrip".