William Heinemann, 1930.
First edition, first printing. 8vo. Midnight blue boards with gilt titles. A very good+ copy with sharp unbumped corners. A few small speck like marks to boards only. No chipping & no splitting to spine or extremities & with very little rubbing. Bright gilt. Internally clean with light spotting to endpapers only - rest of text very clean and fresh. No inscriptions & no marks to textblock edges. Endpapers original and unsplit. Really quite a crisp copy.
Graham Greene's second novel which was supressed after publication. Oliver Chant, a disillusioned Englishman, is sent to Germany to become part of a rebellion against the dictator Demassener.