Tuesday October 27, 2020

Russian Roulette: Lively biography that gets to the heart of Graham Greene’s colourful life

In between writing masterpieces such as Brighton Rock and Our Man in Havana, Graham Greene frequently took his life in his hands wandering round the world’s trouble hotspots

20th September, 2020
Graham Greene: while he disliked people writing about him, his colourful journeys should make him a biographer’s dream

Russian Roulette: The Life and Times of Graham Greene

By Richard Greene

Little, Brown, €25

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