The Daily Telegraph magazine - John Le Carre cover (28 June 1974)
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Fair condition for age - some pages are becoming detached from spine - yellowing to page edges - rusting to staples - fraying to some areas of paper along spine - cover has become loose at top staple and affects a few pages inside JOHN LE CARRE - "Very few people aren't interested in deceit - intelligence work, espionage. It's the contemporary arena of the Cold War": John Le Carre, schoolmaster, diplomat and now full-time writer, has distinguished himself by his own particular genre of espionage books. James Cameron discusses his success and his appeal Three and a half pages
CABBAGES, ETC. FOR KINGS - Royal Warrants may seem to be bestowed with a certain idiosyncrasy - lions and unicorns gambol on some unexpected shopfronts, some fairly humble paper bags. But they are much prized, good for business... and not so easily won. Byron Rogers took a sample of the purveyors to royalty of some of the necessities and some of the little luxuries of royal life One and a quarter pages