The List: A Novella by Mick HerronThe List: A Novella by Mick Herron

The List: A Novella

byMick Herron

Paperback | December 8, 2015

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Dieter Hess, an aged spy, is dead, and John Bachelor, his MI5 handler, is in deep, deep trouble. Death has revealed that the deceased had been keeping a secret second bank account—and there’s only ever one reason a spy has a secret second bank account. The question of whether he was a double agent must be resolved, and its answer may undo an entire career’s worth of spy secrets.
Mick Herron is a British novelist and short story writer who was born in Newcastle and studied English at Oxford. He is the author of six books in the Slough House series (Slow Horses, Dead Lions, Real Tigers, Spook Street, London Rules, and the novella The List) and four Oxford mysteries (Down Cemetery Road, The Last Voice You Hear, W...
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Title:The List: A NovellaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:112 pages, 7.5 × 5 × 0.32 inPublished:December 8, 2015Publisher:Soho PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:161695745X

ISBN - 13:9781616957452

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Praise for Mick Herron   “Mick Herron never tells a suspense story in the expected way.” —The New York Times Book Review   “Delightful . . . with a dry humor reminiscent of Greene and Waugh.” —The Sunday Times, Best Thrillers and Crime Novels of the Past 5 Years   “[A] wickedly clever send-up of the classic British spy novel.” ─Crime Writers' Association “Masterful . . . Superior entertainment that makes most other novels of suspense appear dull and slow-witted by comparison.” ─Publishers Weekly, Starred Review   "Herron’s remarkable novel has enough suspense, action, and deductive dazzlement to keep genre fans happy. But be warned: these are deep waters, and this is not nodding-off, night-table reading." ─Booklist, Starred Review