The Company by Robert Littell

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The author of The Defection of A. J. Lewinter offers a new novel of Cold War espionage, tracing the struggles of two generations of CIA operatives struggling against Communism and battling one another in the complex world of international intrigue. 50,000 first printing.

About Robert Littell

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ROBERT LITTELL is the author of sixteen previous novels and the nonfiction book For the Future of Israel, written with Shimon Peres, president of Israel. He has been awarded both the English Gold Dagger and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for his fiction. His novel The Company was a New York Times bestseller and was adapted into a television miniseries. He lives in France.
Published April 22, 2002 by Overlook Press.
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Just as Kim Philby betrayed James Angleton, his CIA confidant (code-named Mother - Littell's dramas often play out on a Freudian level), so the CIA betrayed the Hungarians in 1956 and anti-Castro Cubans in 1960.

Sep 27 2002 | Read Full Review of The Company

Book Reporter

Snapshot: A glossy Polaroid print of Jack McAuliffe and Leo Kritzky strolling along the sun-saturated bank of the Rhone River in Basel, Switzerland.

Mar 25 2003 | Read Full Review of The Company

Entertainment Weekly

THE COMPANY: A NOVEL OF THE CIA (2013) It's hard not to admire this spy novel, which sprawls across nearly 900 pages and follows a group of CIA agents from recruitment in 1950… Robert Littell Fiction ...

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