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The End of the Affair by Graham Greene
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Mar 01, 2011

really liked it

Another slim, concise, devastation novel from Greene. Writing in the first person, Greene tells the story of a writer who hires a detective to follow the married woman who has ended the titular affair with him. The solution is surprising but logical, and as always Greene's characters are realistic and brought to life by precise detail.

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message 1: by Doug (new)

Doug It's been a while, but I remember this being my least favorite Graham Greene novel. Maybe it was something morally or religiously off-putting. Abrogating authority to divinity.

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