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by Graham Greene
- 224 PAGES
Greene's 1932 spy thriller, in which a memorable cast of eccentrics speeds across Europe from Ostend to Constantinople aboard the Orient Express. This centenary edition of the novel, published in Britain as Stamboul Train, includes an appreciative introduction by Christopher Hitchens. Greene had Marlene Dietrich and Shanghai Express firmly in mind when he wrote it -- initially as a lark.