Hidy ho all, I've always been a fan of spy novels. Novels which depict spys, as men and women who stand apart from the rest of the world, doing and seeing things you probably would have a hard time imagining existed. And novels that seem realistic have always been better, to me, then novels like the James Bond series. I've only really ever read 2 novels like this, the first being "An Ordinary Spy", and the second I'm reading now called "I Am Pilgrim". Both of these portray spys in a rather dry light, no real trumped up action sequences, or contrived reasons for large shoot outs and uneeded car chases. I can understand why this wouldn't be everyones cup of tea, but its something I've really enjoyed when I come across it. So I'm wondering, are there any other novels that deal with spys in this light?