london - The master of the spy novel has been almost 84 years, but writes unabated. For autumn 2016 features The Pigeon Tunnel , Doves Tunnel. These are stories about his past espionage , something about which he so far only piecemeal information .
David Cornwell, such as the author's real name, it is known that he worked for MI6 , the British intelligence service. When he was a young diplomat for the Secret Service in the West German capital Bonn was working, he wrote his first novel. With his third, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, he made a name worldwide in 1963. This success determined the rest of his career.
He left the service and established himself as an author. In his latest book Le Carré published for the first time autobiographical work. The publisher says " an exciting journey into the world of the people who share his secrets ". The writer would not rather a book about his life and work secretly open because he " too busy writing had ".