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Charity, Paperback / softback Book

Charity Paperback / softback

Part of the Penguin Modern Classics series

Paperback / softback

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A BERNARD SAMSON NOVEL'The master of espionage writing at his brilliant best' Mail on SundayWith the Cold War drawing to a close in the East, Bernard Samson is still haunted by the events that have turned his life upside down over the last ten years.

But when he takes a train from Moscow to Berlin, he stumbles across a clue that may lead him to the truth at last - even though, in finding the answers, he could lose everything.

Bringing the 'Faith, Hope and Charity' trilogy, and Bernard Samson's story, to a stunning conclusion, this final volume brilliantly shows the human cost of the spying game. 'The series represents a magnificent achievement in the field of espionage writing and Samson remains one of the great spies' Irish Times

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