Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Start by marking “Blind Run (Charlie Muffin, #6)” as Want to Read:
Blind Run (Charlie Muffin, #6)
Enlarge cover
Rate this book
Clear rating
Open Preview

Blind Run (Charlie Muffin #6)

4.01  ·  Rating Details ·  86 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Fans of espionage novels know there's nothing quite as satisfying as meeting a clever, likeable spy they can count on to return in another book. For Brian Freemantle's growing army of readers, that character is the brilliant and eccentric Charlie Muffin, the shambling, untidy British operative whose feet always hurt, who can't get along with anybody in authority, and who's ...more
Paperback, 257 pages
Published May 1st 1987 by Bantam (first published 1985)
More Details... edit details

Friend Reviews

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Reader Q&A

To ask other readers questions about Blind Run, please sign up.

Be the first to ask a question about Blind Run

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to your favorite list »

Community Reviews

(showing 1-30)
filter  |  sort: default (?)  |  Rating Details
Jeffrey Westhoff
Jan 16, 2015 Jeffrey Westhoff rated it really liked it
Shelves: espionage
I've been reading the series in order, and this is easily the best one since the original. In fact, you could read the first two books, then skip straight to this one and not miss much in terms of development, since it seems Freemantle has swept aside the supporting characters from the intervening books.

The book opens with Charlie finally imprisoned for treason based on his actions at the end of the first book. He soon gains a cellmate, another MI6 officer convicted of spying for the Soviets. Th
Jul 17, 2016 Diogenes rated it it was amazing
The sixth Charlie Muffin may be the best so far. Downtrodden, disheveled and mistrusted, Charlie is a reverse-snob, looking down at those who are above him in privilege.
The story has ironies heaped on ironies, a very subtle, clever plot and a pace that wants reading to the unexpected finish, sleep be damned.
Oct 04, 2015 Lobus rated it really liked it
A classic cold war espionage tale by one of the greats, this is up there with Adam Hall's Quiller series...
Johan Kjellstrom
Johan Kjellstrom rated it really liked it
Oct 23, 2012
Kristina rated it really liked it
Nov 19, 2013
RichardM rated it really liked it
Aug 30, 2013
Kristina rated it liked it
Nov 20, 2013
Connie rated it really liked it
Mar 26, 2012
J. Pedersen
J. Pedersen rated it it was ok
Jul 06, 2014
Mark Mills
Mark Mills rated it really liked it
May 11, 2009
Kohkl rated it liked it
Apr 07, 2013
Sara rated it liked it
Dec 30, 2012
Cindy rated it liked it
Jan 30, 2016
Race Bannon Berns
Race Bannon Berns rated it really liked it
Dec 05, 2007
Eugene rated it it was amazing
Feb 03, 2016
Dan rated it liked it
Jan 04, 2014
Peter rated it it was amazing
Sep 02, 2016
Joe rated it it was amazing
Feb 10, 2017
John rated it it was amazing
May 20, 2014
John Berthold
John Berthold rated it really liked it
Aug 21, 2016
Liz Horrey
Liz Horrey rated it it was amazing
Feb 14, 2014
Beverley rated it really liked it
Oct 22, 2016
Jim Kerns
Jim Kerns rated it really liked it
Jul 12, 2011
William Ezzell
William Ezzell rated it really liked it
Nov 19, 2012
Kenneth Nordqvist
Kenneth Nordqvist rated it really liked it
Jul 21, 2013
John Richards
John Richards rated it really liked it
Mar 04, 2015
Russell Tomlin
Russell Tomlin rated it liked it
Aug 07, 2013
Open Road Media
Open Road Media rated it it was amazing
Apr 18, 2014
Rick rated it really liked it
Jan 03, 2015
Macnab rated it really liked it
Oct 24, 2013
« previous 1 3 next »
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Be the first to start one »
Aka John Maxwell, Jonathan Evans, Jack Winchester, Harry Asher and Richard Gant.

Brian Freemantle [b. 1936] is one of Britain's most acclaimed authors of spy fiction. His novels have sold over ten million copies worldwide. Born in Southampton, Freemantle entered his career as a journalist, and began writing espionage thrillers in the late 1960s. Charlie M (1977) introduced the world to Charlie Muff
More about Brian Freemantle...

Other Books in the Series

Charlie Muffin (1 - 10 of 16 books)
  • Charlie M (Charlie Muffin, #1)
  • Here Comes Charlie M (Charlie Muffin, #2)
  • The Inscrutable Charlie Muffin (Charlie Muffin, #3)
  • Charlie Muffin's Uncle Sam (Charlie Muffin, #4)
  • Madrigal for Charlie Muffin (Charlie Muffin, #5)
  • See Charlie Run (Charlie Muffin, #7)
  • The Run Around (Charlie Muffin, #8)
  • Comrade Charlie (Charlie Muffin, #9)
  • Charlie's Apprentice (Charlie Muffin, #10)
  • Bomb Grade (Charlie Muffin, #11)

Share This Book