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MAMISTA

AUTEUR

Len   DEIGHTON

Edition

ARROW   BOOKS

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'Deigton's longest, most complex and passionate novel in years: an epic tale, set in a South American jungle, of good men and women crushed beneath the heel of
Realpolitik'
KIRKUS REVIEW


Deep in the Marxist guerilla territory of Spanish Guiana a hopeless war is being fought. Four people, with nothing in common but the desire to survive, find themselves trapped at the desperate heart of it in this compulsive tale of revolution and betrayal from a master storyteller.

'You will be hooked from the first chapter and enjoy every line... The Berlin Wall may have tumbled, destroying overnight a whole spy cottage industry, but as the dust settles Len Deighton rises like the phoenix ... a superb novel set in South America which must become this summer's required reading.'
BRYAN FORBES : THE SUNDAY EXPRESS


'Hegel says somewhere that all great events and personalities in world history reappear in one fashion or another. He forgot to add: the first time as tragedy, the second as farce.'

Karl Marx, The 18th Brumaire of Louis Napoléon



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Edition :    ARROW    BOOKS

First published in Great Britain in 1991 by Century
Arrow edition 1992
13579108642

Printed and bound in Great Britain by
Cox & Wyman Ltd., Reading, Berkshire.

©  Pluriform Publishing Compagny B. V. 1991

Reliure :  Brochée carton souple
Photograp  BRIDGEMAN  ART  LIBRARY
Nombre de pages : 360       Table :     NON

Poids :   205  grammes                        Format :   110   x   175   mm
I.S.B.N :   0  -  09  -  913021  -  1     Code Barre = EAN :   9  780099  130215

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