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Patrick SmithJohn Le Carre's The Constant Gardener ranks with The Russia House as the best he has produced since hitting his peak. If this new book is craft rather than art, it is craft of the very highest caliber. It is no mean feat to entertain while also making a reader think. Yet Le Carre pull this off admirably, weaving together several themes—corporate power, underdevelopment, globalization—that will resonate with a wide audience.