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slow horses by mick herron

I tore thru this very british spy thriller, and fully intend on reading the rest - it didn’t have the prose of a le carrĂ© (some key moments were really quite clunky), and it was a touch predictable, but the characters were solid and i have a feeling his writing will improve with the newer books. 


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