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Beloved Spy Novelist Dies After Short Illness: John le Carre Biography, Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Family, Twitter, Death and Cause

John le Carre Biography – John le Carre Wiki

John le Carre, the master spy novelist, has died in England at the age of 89. The cause of death was not released. However, according to The Associated Press, le Carre did not die of COVID-19. The AP reports that his death was confirmed by his literary agency Curtis Brown, which said he died on Sunday, December 13, 2020 in England “after a short illness.”

Le Carre was a true spy in the British intelligence agency before he got his hands on fiction, and had great literary successes in the espionage genre.


There is a quote he once gave to Paris Review on his Facebook page: “The only thing you can bet is that spying will never end. Espionage is like wiring in this building: it’s just the question of who took over it and turned on the lights. It will continue and continue. ”

Early Life

According to Britannica, John le Carré was the pseudonym of David John Moore Cornwell, born in 1931 in Dorset, England. According to the site, he used his “extensive knowledge of international espionage” in spy thrillers.


Le Carre’s website calls him “the main historian of our age” and the author describes him as “an insightful observer of both the human condition and contemporary geopolitics.”


His novels include his debut book The Spy Who Came from the Cold to 2017’s A Legacy of Spies.


The author has written 26 books published in more than 50 countries and 40 languages.


Le Carre went to the universities of Bern and Oxford. He taught at Eton and “briefly served in British Intelligence during the Cold War,” says biography.


The top post on the author’s Facebook page arrived on December 3 and was touted as a Christmas gift “for political thriller readers” of John le Carré’s “Best-selling novel, The Agent Runs”.


According to The Guardian, le Carre recently received the Olof Palme award. The judges praised the novelist for “generating interesting and humane ideas in literary form regarding the freedom of the individual and fundamental issues of humanity”.


The Guardian also adds, “With worldwide attention, we are constantly urging us to discuss the cynical power games of the great powers, the greed of global corporations, the irresponsible tricks of corrupt politicians with our health and well-being, the spread of international crime, tension in the Middle East, and Europe and the USA. The alarming rise of fascism and xenophobia. ”According to the Guardian, most of his books touched on the theme of abuse of power, this was mentioned by the government as well as by Big Pharma.