Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. First edition, 1997. Book is in very good condition. All pages are intact and unmarked. Unclipped dust jacket.
Greene reads like a character from his own fiction in this revelatory account of his links with MI6 and the Hollwood mafia. West exposes the reasons Greene's sudden self-imposed exile, his fascination with the mafia, his loathing of America, the origins of his obsessions with Catholicism, espionage and his own involvement in MI6. As riveting as any Greene novel, this is the book which gets to the heart of one of this century's most important - and elusive - writers.