A Gun For Sale by Graham Greene

This novel is a gripping tale of intrigue and betrayal, revolving around the life of Raven, a disfigured hitman who is embroiled in international espionage after being hired to assassinate a European minister. The plot thickens as Raven becomes a fugitive, pursued by both the police and his own employers, who seek to silence him to cover up their involvement. Along the way, he forms an unlikely alliance with a sympathetic chorus girl, which leads to unexpected twists and a deeper exploration of themes such as morality, identity, and the corrupting influence of power. Set against the backdrop of pre-World War II Europe, the narrative delves into the dark underbelly of society, exposing the complexities of human nature and the consequences of violence.

The 4170th greatest book of all time


Published
1936
Nationality
British
Type
Fiction
Pages
200-250
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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