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Brighton Rock (Hardback)
  • Brighton Rock (Hardback)
Hardback Published: 11/03/1993
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Graham Greene's classic study in the banality of evil is set in the unforgettably evoked underworld of pre-war Brighton where Pinkie, a small-time ganster, meets his nemesis at the hands of Ida, the girl he betrays, Published in 1938, Greene's most celebrated novel signalled the beginning of the long series of masterpieces produced between then and his death in 1991

Publisher: Everyman
ISBN: 9781857151466

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“I think I'll have more of where this came from...”

A chilling tale told in the most exquisite of styles. Greene delivers a frightfully gripping thriller which sucked me in from the first page and never let me go. Marvelous storytelling.

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