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Graham Greene’s The Ministry of Fear 1943


Title: The Ministry of Fear
Author: Graham Greene
Publisher: Viking Press
Publication Date: 1943
Format: Hardcover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age other than some signs of wear. No dust-jacket, faded spine with wear to edges, small front namer inscription, tanned but clean pages.

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Reader's note

A wonderful copy of Graham Greene’s The Ministry of Fear. Arthur Rowe has just been released from a psychiatric prison after being convicted for the mercy killing of his sick wife. In an attempt to forget his guilt and the London Blitz, he attends a charity fête where he wins a cake in a weight-guessing game. He is now a wanted man, hunted by mysterious killers and Nazi agents. As people are murdered and bombs explode around him, Rowe has no idea who he can trust, if he can trust anyone at all. “Rowe watched them hesitatingly. But it is impossible to go through life without trust: that is to be imprisoned in the worst cell of all, oneself. For more than a year now Rowe had been so imprisoned - there had been no change of cell, no exercise-yard, no unfamiliar warder to break the monotony of solitary confinement. A moment comes to a man when a prison break must be made whatever the risk. Now cautiously he tried for freedom.”