How many remember this trilogy from Deighton? IIRC the TV series came out whilst we were in Berlin around '89. A most timely event. The hard back books trilogy Game, Set, and Match (TV Series 198 - IMDb, set in Berlin - London - Mexico is available online, for a steal, but I wonder whether there is a DVD box set somewhere. Apparently suffered low ratings at broadcast times but, surely, worthy of a chat among old duffers and cold war warriors. A DVD set is possibly difficult to get as Deighton allegedly didn't like the series. There was also "Winter" (the prequel) and Hook, Line and Sinker but none seemed to match G-S-M . In Quentin Tarantino's film Jackie Brown, Robert Forster's character, Max Cherry, can be seen with a copy of this novel. And in Arthur Penns film Target, Gene Hackmans character, Walter Lloyd/Duncan (Duke) Potter, can be seen with a copy of this novel. https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Len_Deighton "...readers should remember that the opinions expressed by the characters are not necessarily those of the author..."