A bit more thrillery version of China Mieville's The City and the City (one of my favourite novels), Europe in Autumn is a scifi story about a future Europe that is fragmented and fragmenting into microstates. The protagonist is an Estonian cook in Poland who gets pulled into smuggling operations across a multiplicity of borders. At first he's self-conscious of the silliness of all this Len Deighton-type tradecraft, but as the book goes on things get more serious without losing forward momentum. It's a great book, and I look forward to reading the sequel.
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