LONDON (AP) — Like a spy in the night, writer Mick Herron’s success has been stealthy. It took a while for the world to catch up with him.
A decade after he introduced a crew of flawed secret agents caught between sinister plotters and cynical spymasters in the novel “Slow Horses,” Herron is a best-selling, award-winning writer who has been called the heir to master of espionage John le Carré.
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