This is the main character of the book, whose professional life is tied to the British intelligence community.
This person is a young cataloging assistant at the Bayswater Library for Psychic Research, and a member of the local Communist Party.
Hans Dieter Mundt
This character is the deputy director of the East German intelligence agency, and is turned into a double agent for the British side. This character also goes on trial in the novel.
This person is the second in command of the East German intelligence community, who suspects that his former Nazi boss is secretly acting as a double agent for Britain.
A British agent who comes out of retirement to assist on one last mission, this character's role in the mission is to contact another character's girlfriend in order to provide evidence that someone is a double agent...
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