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The Whitehall Mandarin Paperback – 31 December 2015

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  • Publisher : Arcadia Books (31 December 2015)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 384 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1910050547
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1910050545
  • Dimensions : 12.95 x 3.05 x 19.56 cm
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"As a piece of Cold War nostalgia, THE WHITEHALL MANDARIN is a great read. As a well-crafted espionage thriller, it should be on any reader's short list of the year's best. . . Don't miss this one. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED." -- I Love a Mystery "I Love a Mystery"

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Born in Baltimore and now based in Suffolk, Edward Wilson is a highly acclaimed writer whose novels focus on espionage and the Cold War. Winning praise from the TLS as well as the Mail on Sunday, Wilson is a master of ambiguity who creates likable villains and detestable heroes. He uses his background as a scholar, soldier, and cosmopolitan expatriate to create authentic settings and verifiable plots. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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