The greatest chronicler of the age turns his incisive gaze to the tumultuous present in this superb new thriller.
A hardback series for le Carre collectors
In 1963 John le Carré published his third book, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold.
Penguin Readers is a graded reading series for English Language Teaching (ELT) markets, designed for teenagers and young adults learning English as a foreign or second language.
The British Secret Service turn their attentions to a linguistic prodigy in the Congo in this espionage thriller, new to Penguin Modern Classics.
A complex, psychological novel about familial loyalty, new to Penguin Modern Classics.
Aldo Cassidy is the naive and sentimental lover. A successful, judicious man, he is wrenched away from the ordered certainties of his life by a sudden encounter with Shamus, a wild, carousing artist and Helen, his nakedly alluring wife.
The second book in le Carré's 'Karla Trilogy', The Honourable Schoolboy is a new addition to Penguin Modern Classics.
The third and final novel of le Carré's 'Karla Trilogy', Smiley's People now published in Penguin Modern Classics for the first time.
In this classic novel - adapted into an Academy Award-nominated film in 2011 and new to Penguin Modern Classics - George Smiley faces his greatest challenge yet.
Considered a masterpiece of the genre, le Carré's preeminent spy novel is new to Penguin Modern Classics.
The story of two friends whose dubious relationship spans West Berlin in the 1960s through the Cold War to the age of present day terrorism is new to Penguin Modern Classics.
The gripping story of a husband's personal odyssey to find justice - adapted into an award-winning film in 2005 starring in Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz - and new to Penguin Modern Classics.
A special edition of le Carré's only spy novel set in the Middle East, to tie in with the new major BBC series starring Florence Pugh and Alexander Skarsgård.
A novel of tremendous political relevance - adapted into a critically-acclaimed film starring Philip Seymour Hoffman - and new to Penguin Modern Classics.
For the first time in over 30 years, John le Carré returns to the Cold War in this thrilling masterpiece.
The latest title from the bestselling author John le Carré to come into Penguin Modern Classics.
In le Carré's first post-Cold War novel, a night manager at a Cairo hotel helps British Intelligence penetrate the secret world of ruthless arms dealers.
The Sunday Times no. 1 memoir now in paperback.
A boxset of John le Carré's first five novels, collected together for the first time.
In a chilling tale of corrupt intelligence agencies, billion-dollar price tags and the truth of the brutal arms trade, John le Carre creates a claustrophobic world in which no one can be trusted.
Set in a fragmented, uncertain post-Soviet world, le Carré's brutal story of falsehoods and betrayal shows men playing dangerous games beyond their control.
A counter-terror operation, codenamed Wildlife, is being mounted in Britain's most precious colony, Gibraltar. Its purpose: to capture a high-value jihadist arms-buyer. Its authors: an ambitious Foreign Office Minister, and a private defence contractor who is also his close friend.