Spymaster by Martin Pearce
The Life of Britain's Most Decorated Cold War Spy and Head of MI6, Sir Maurice Oldfield

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Pearce describes his uncle’s character well, up to a point, and we can see how Guinness was influenced by him in his portrayal of Smiley. But, frustratingly, he does not get quite deep enough into what made Oldfield tick...
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Published September 1, 2016 by Bantam Press. 400 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences, Travel, War.
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Reviewed by Richard Norton-Taylor on Nov 11 2016

Pearce describes his uncle’s character well, up to a point, and we can see how Guinness was influenced by him in his portrayal of Smiley. But, frustratingly, he does not get quite deep enough into what made Oldfield tick...

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