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Movie adaptation: 'The November Man' by Bill Granger

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Bill Granger was an American novelist known for his political thrillers with the most popular being The November Man series. “There Are No Spies” is the seventh novel in this series and the movie adaptation is set for movie release on Wednesday August 27, 2014 under the title The November Man starring Pierce Brosnan.

In “There Are No Spies” agent Devereaux is better known as The November Man, the best agent to come out of R Section. R Section is a watchdog organization created by the president when he learned that the CIA could not be trusted. These deadly efficient men gather intelligence to keep the CIA in check.

When a spy runner named Hanley warns November that something is going on in R section he unknowingly uncovers a Russian mole operation. November is forced out of retirement and thrown into the world of Russian spies. He must go against a deadly female Soviet operative that will lead him to a sleeper agent deep within the American security community with no one to trust but himself.

Bill Granger was an award winning novelist and reporter who published his first novel “The November Man” (“Code Name November”) in 1979. It became a best seller and introduced the world to a new American spy in a series of political thrillers. Before his death in 2012 he wrote more than twenty novels including the ones in the November Man series that have been translated into ten languages. His other works include nonfiction books and a long career writing for the Chicago Tribune and other newspapers about crime and politics.

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