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The Human factor by Graham Greene, book club associates, 1978




Title: The Human factor
Author: Graham Greene,
Publisher: book club associates
Publication Date: 1978
Format: hard cover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear

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Reader's note

Add a touch of vintage chic to your bookshelf with this beautiful edition of The Human Factor by Graham Greene. In The Human Factor Graham Greene turns to the world of the Secret Service that he charted so brilliantly once before - a world peopled by lonely men cut off from the luxury of communications with their fellows. A leak of relatively unimportant information is traced to a small sub-section of SIS. A security check is mounted amidst the suspicions and tensions it generates as the main characters begin to emerge. There is Maurice Castle, past the official retiring age, described by one of his superiors as a dull man but brilliant with files; his African wife, Sarah, his assistant Davis with his taste for vintage port and the sporting life, perhaps a bad security risk. There is a Doctor Percival with his cheerful air of an old-fashioned family doctor, who sees espionage as a game of skill, something to be played without the restrictions normally imposed by conscience and there is Colonel Daintry, stiff, solitary, imprisoned within the secrecies imposed by his work. This is a lovely classic story that would make a wonderful addition to any home collection..