David John Moore Cornwell, better known by the pen name John le Carré, is a British author of espionage novels. During the 1950s and 1960s, he worked for both the Security Service, MI5, and the Secret Intelligence Service, MI6. Call for the Dead and A Murder of Quality are le Carré's first two novels. The Constant Gardener is a 2001 novel by the author. In August of 2005, Focus Features released a film adaptation of The Constant Gardener directed by Fernando Meirelles, starring Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz. Justin Quayle is a British diplomat, a member of Her Majesty’s foreign service, stationed in Nairobi, Kenya. Middle-aged and upper-middle-class, Quayle personifies Britain’s traditional political and social establishment, and while conscientious enough in his professional duties, he devotes his free time to his garden, cultivating temperate flowers which grow well in Kenya’s highlands. His much younger wife, Tess, is the opposite, a crusading lawyer who is very much the anti-establishment figure. Empathizing with the majority of Africans she is deeply committed to social justice. With Arnold Bluhm, a Belgium African doctor, she discovers that a major Swiss pharmaceutical firm, amorally pursuing profits, had, in connivance with other business interests and the Kenyan government, embarked on a campaign to distribute Dypraxa, a new antitubercular drug, to Africa’s poor… Enjoy free online English audiobook “The Constant Gardener”, a novel by John le Carré.