Vintage Heroes & Villains: A lineup of literature's most dastardly, devilish and daring characters
Written by the great Graham Greene with pictures by master illustrator Edward Ardizzone, this is a children's classic.
The story of one brave little fire engine and his driver by Graham Greene and Edward Ardizzone.
Immerse yourself in Graham Greene's classic noir novel with this special digital edition, containing clips and archive material from the Orson Welles-starring 1949 film.
This best-loved classic tells the story of a brave little steamroller and how he thwarted an infamous smuggling gang.
This best-loved classic tells the story of a brave little train and his adventure to a big new world where the express trains go.
A varied and stimulating collection of essays from one of the twentieth century's greatest writers
Greene's last novel - genre-defying, rich and marvellous
A classic compendium of espionage stories - fiction, memoir and autobiography - from the pens of some of the greatest writers and most famous spies. With an introduction by Stella Rimington, former head of MI5
Centenary edition with a new introduction by Giles Foden.
'One of the most true and moving novels of my time, in anybody's language' William Faulkner
'A great writer who spoke brilliantly to a whole generation' Alec Guinness
'Greene's speed and economy, his uncanny gift for idiom, his skill in setting an atmosphere and developing suspense, are all masterly' Guardian
'No serious writer of this century has more thoroughly invaded and shaped the public imagination than did Graham Greene' Time
'One of the best travel books this century' Independent
'In a class by himself-the ultimate chronicler of twentieth-century man's consciousness and anxiety' William Golding
'In a class by himself-the ultimate chronicler of twentieth-centuryman's consciousness and anxiety' William Golding
'A master storyteller, one of the first to write in cinematic style with razor-sharp images moving with kinetic force' Newsweek.
A detective story where the detective is implicated in the crime and the hero is an enigma to the reader and to himself