Little Grey Mice (1991)

‘Freemantle creates solid characters and a plot filled with undercurrents that expose suprising scenes of human fraility and strength.’ Booklist

‘One of Freemantle’s finest’ Kirkus Reveiws

Grey Mice is the cruel name given to the many clever, lonely women who work unceasingly behind the scenes for government ministries in Bonn. This is the story of one woman, and of the man sent to destroy her.

‘In Little Grey Mice, Brian Freemantle has written a story of history as it is happening and transcended the espionage genre to create a novel of people in love behaving as people do behave in love – hopelessly, carelessly, cruelly, but most of all, totally unpredictably.’

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