Wednesday, February 24, 2010

New in Paperback: Charles McCarry's THE BETTER ANGELS

New in paperback this month is Charles McCarry's The Better Angels, the prophetic thriller that is not only one of McCarry's best, but a novel of Washington politics that many say is unsurpassed. Written over thirty years ago at the height of the Cold War, McCarry's foresight and crisp language produced a masterpiece perhaps more applicable to the world today as it was when first written.

The Better Angels is now part of the Overlook's collection of Charles McCarry in new trade paperback editions. Charles McCarry established an international reputation as a novelist with the publication of his worldwide bestseller, The Tears of Autumn, in 1975, and is the author of nine other critically acclaimed novels including The Miernik Dossier, The Secret Lovers, The Last Supper, and Christopher's Ghosts.

"Charles McCarry is the greatest espionage writer that America has ever produced His plots are complex and compelling, wheels within wheels joy rides that race from one corner of the globe to another, populated by three-dimensional characters who have brains and hearts. The clarity and beauty of his prose separates McCarry from everyone else, and his insider's view of the CIA adds unparalleled authenticity to every one of his novels." -Otto Penzler, owner of The Mysterious Bookshop

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