Peter Millar, who reviews thrillers for the Times (London), came up with a list of the best and the worst of John le Carré's novels.
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, SpyThe worst:
The best spy novel written, and certainly the most literary. Read the first chapter again if you don’t understand the ending. In fact, read it again anyway.
The Naive and Sentimental LoverClick here to read about the titles that come in between.
No, don’t. A love story and an exotic aberration. Only for those who want to read the complete canon.