11 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for le carre.
|Thu Jan 3, 2019||15A||Author known for the intelligence of his writing?||Timothy Polin|
|Sun Jun 24, 2018||28A||John of spy fiction||Timothy Polin|
|Mon Jun 15, 2015||5D||John who wrote "A Perfect Spy"||Mike Buckley|
|Sun Aug 25, 2013||94D||Best-selling author who once worked for Britain's MI6||Victor Barocas|
|Sun Aug 28, 2011||90D||Smiley's creator (2)||Patrick Berry|
|Mon Jul 4, 2005||43D||Spy novelist John||Nancy Salomon|
|Tue Jan 14, 2003||39A||Author connected to this puzzle's theme||Adam G. Perl|
|Sat Feb 15, 1997||2D||"The Russia House" author||J. Clonick|
|Sun Aug 4, 1996||48D||"A Murder of Quality" author||D. Tuller|
|Sun Apr 23, 1995||72D||Smiley's creator (2)||Randolph Ross|
|Fri Nov 25, 1994||16A||"Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" author||Daniel R. Stark|
5 results for LECARRE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Sun Sep 29, 1991||95D||Cornwell's pen name||Nancy Nicholson Joline||Maleska|
|Sat Feb 24, 1990||12D||Smiley's creator||Nancy Joline||Maleska|
|Sun Aug 13, 1989||1D||Smiley's creator||Nancy W. Atkinson||Maleska|
|Tue Jul 30, 1974||25A||Writer of spy thrillers||George Laczko||Weng|
|Wed Jan 12, 1972||52A||English writer John||Unknown||Weng|