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This phantasmagoric study in terror is set in Second World War London. Arthur Rowe's mind is hamstrung by guilt - a Graham Greene speciality - and he stands aside from the war until he happens to guess both the true and the false weight of the cake at a charity fete. From that moment he is the quarry of malign and shadowy forces from which he tries to escape with a mind that is out of focus. The action plays out as bombs pound the city, and who is friend and who foe becomes increasingly uncertain.
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Graham Greene, one of the greatest and most popular English writers of the 20th century, is famous for bestselling novels such as Brighton Rock and The Third Man (both available in the Collector's Library) Our Man in Havana and The Quiet American, many of which have been filmed. His writings deal with moral issues, and many have exotic settings. Greene gathered materials for these settings during his travels all over the world. A prolific writer, he wrote novels, short stories, biographies, plays and travel books as well as film criticism.

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