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The author of “Wolf Hall” and “Bring Up the Bodies” prefers books with action: “I don’t like overrefinement, or to dwell in the heads of vaporous ladies with fine sensibilities.”
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A dirty deed and official cover-up drive the plot in John le Carre's A Delicate Truth. The novel sets its sights on old-boy corruption and corporate criminality at the heart of the "Deep State," but critic Alan Cheuse finds this latest effort lacks the tension of le Carre's Cold War novels.