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le Carré

[ luh ka-rey ]
/ lə kæˈreɪ /
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noun
John David John Moore Cornwell, 1931–2020, English author of spy novels.
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Le Carré
/ (lə ˈkæreɪ) /

noun
John, real name David John Cornwell. born 1931, English novelist, esp of spy thrillers such as The Spy who came in from the Cold (1963), Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (1974), Smiley's People (1980), The Tailor of Panama (1996), and The Mission Song (2006)
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