By Len Deighton
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As Max Hastings observed, Deighton captured a time and a mood—‘To those of us who were in our twenties in the 1960s, his books seemed the coolest, funkiest, most sophisticated things we’d ever read’—and his books have now deservedly become classics. By Len Deighton FICTION The IPCRESS File Horse Under Water Funeral in Berlin Billion-Dollar Brain An Expensive Place to Die Only When I Larf Bomber Declarations of War Close-Up Spy Story Yesterday’s Spy Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Spy SS-GB XPD Goodbye Mickey Mouse MAMista City of Gold Violent Ward THE SAMSON SERIES Berlin Game Mexico Set London Match Winter: A Berlin Family 1899-1945 Spy Hook Spy Line Spy Sinker Faith Hope Charity NON-FICTION Action Cook Book Fighter: The True Story of the Battle of Britain Airshipwreck Basic French Cooking Blitzkrieg: From the Rise of Hitler to the Fall of Dunkirk ABC of French Food Blood, Tears and Folly Table of Contents Cover Page Title Page Epigraph Excerpt Other Books By Introduction CHAPTER ONE CHAPTER TWO CHAPTER THREE CHAPTER FOUR CHAPTER FIVE CHAPTER SIX CHAPTER SEVEN CHAPTER EIGHT CHAPTER NINE CHAPTER TEN CHAPTER ELEVEN CHAPTER TWELVE CHAPTER THIRTEEN CHAPTER FOURTEEN CHAPTER FIFTEEN CHAPTER SIXTEEN CHAPTER SEVENTEEN CHAPTER EIGHTEEN CHAPTER NINETEEN CHAPTER TWENTY CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE CHAPTER THIRTY CHAPTER THIRTY-ONE CHAPTER THIRTY-TWO CHAPTER THIRTY-THREE CHAPTER THIRTY-FOUR EPILOGUE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Copyright About the Publisher Introduction Bomber was the first fiction book written using what is now called a lsquo;word processor’.
He’d hardly ever seen it until he started flying seven years ago. There was so much open country. Acres and acres young Cohen’s family had here, and a trout stream, and this old house like something from a ghost story with its creaking stairs, cold bedrooms and ancient door latches that never closed properly. He reached out and ran his fingers across the tapestry; they’d never allow you to do that in the V and A Museum. Some of the windowpanes were discoloured and bubbly and the trees seen through them were crippled and grotesque.
Our Met chaps seem sure the weather will clear but we’ll have the usual Met conference call. I want to leave it as late as possible today. Naturally you’ll plan for sky marking just in case…’ He glanced at the clock marked Double British Summer Time. 55 hours. Alongside it another clock set to Central European Time showed that German clocks were set to the same time. ’ Anna-Luisa asked. ‘You said there would be lions and tigers, and wild animals,’ the little boy said accusingly. ’ ‘You’re always saying that,’ the little boy said with a chuckle.