Dining with a spy-turned-spy writer has always been one of my dreams. And of course it could be no one other than the master, John Le Carre. At 80, he has just written one of his most satisfying tales. Two upwardly-mobile lovers are vacationing in Antigua and become involved with a Russian mobster. It turns out he's trying to defect and the lovers are introduced to a whole new world--money laundering, corruption and rot at the heart of the British banking system, and the ridiculous machinations and adrenaline embedded in any spy system. Le Carre is a genius at making us care because he understands how to create anxious, breathing, eccentric characters--always on the run! That's why they're called thrillers!
Settlers of Catan
By Klaus Teuber
Not only do players try to be the dominant force on the island of Catan but Settlers of Catan is definitely the dominant board game today.
By Czech Games Edition
Preparing for a career in the secret service? A lively and fun game for novice spies and spymasters! For 2-8 players, aged 10+. Other titles include Codenames: Simpsons and Codenames: Duet!
Sibley Backyard Birding Puzzle: 1000-Piece Jigsaw Puzzle with Portraits of Favorite North American Birds
By David Allen Sibley
The Office Jigsaw Puzzle: 500 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
By Chantel de Sousa
The 500 pieces will reveal the faces of Michael Scott, Dwight Schrute, Jim and Pam, and all the iconic characters from the greatest sitcom ever....and a bit of relief from these crazy times!
Women in Science Puzzle: Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World Jigsaw Puzzle & Poster
By Rachel Ignotofsky
The World of Shakespeare: 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
By Adam Simpson
Piece together the world of Shakespeare in this art jigsaw puzzle depicting the London of his day