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Graham Greene

(Henry Graham Greene)
UK flag (1904 - 1991)

Graham Greene worked as a journalist and critic, and was later employed by the foreign office. His many books include The Third Man, The Comedians and Travels with My Aunt. He is the subject of an acclaimed three-volume biography by Norman Sherry.


Picture Books
Anthologies edited
Non fiction

Anthologies containing stories by Graham Greene
Short stories
Awful When You Think of It
Chagrin in Three Parts
Cheap in August
The Destructors
Doctor Crombie
The End of the Party [short story]
The Invisible Japanese Gentlemen
May We Borrow Your Husband? [short story]
The Over-Night Bag
The Root of All Evil
A Shocking Accident
Two Gentle People
A Little Place Off the Edgware Road (1941)
All But Empty (1947)

Books about Graham Greene
Graham Greene recommends

Mrs Craddock (1902)
W Somerset Maugham
"A writer of great dedication."

The Bachelor of Arts (1937)
R K Narayan
"Without him I could never have known what it is like to be Indian."

The Mask of Dimitrios (1937)
(Charles Latimer)
Eric Ambler
"Our greatest thriller writer."

Strangers On a Train (1950)
Patricia Highsmith
"Highsmith is a novelist whose books one can re-read many times. There are few of whom one can say that."

The Price of Salt (1952)
Clare Morgan (Patricia Highsmith)
"Highsmith is a novelist whose books one can re-read many times. There are few of whom one can say that."
The West Pier
The West Pier (1952)
(Gorse Trilogy, book 1)
Patrick Hamilton
"The best novel written about Brighton."
Field of Honour
Field of Honour (1970)
Timeri Murari
"I was very much impressed."

The Bottle Factory Outing (1974)
Beryl Bainbridge
"An outrageously funny and horrifying novel."
Notes for a Life
Notes for a Life (1974)
Bryan Forbes
"Compulsively readable."
Selected Stories
Selected Stories (1975)
Nadine Gordimer
"A magnificent collection worthy of homage."
Earthly Bread
Earthly Bread (1976)
Michael Mewshaw
"Once more Mr Memshaw demonstrates his very remarkable sense of place and sense of humour in the service of a topic that is quite serious. His best book yet."

How Far Can You Go? (1980)
David Lodge
"Hilarious... A magnificent book."

Minotaur (1981)
Benjamin Tammuz
"The best book of the year."
The Complete Short Stories of Raffles
The Complete Short Stories of Raffles (1984)
(A J Raffles)
E W Hornung
"It is a splendid idea to collect together the complete short stories of Raffles."
The March of the Long Shadows
The March of the Long Shadows (1987)
Norman Lewis
"One of the best writers of our century."
Cities of Salt
Cities of Salt (1988)
(Cities of Salt, book 1)
Abdelrahman Munif
"An arab novel - and an excellent one at that. It opens up new vistas to the imagination."

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