By Graham Greene
Raven is an murderer, a employed killer, and his brutal homicide of the Minister increases the spectre of conflict throughout Europe. because the kingdom prepares for conflict, Raven is going at the run, hunted by means of the police and looking the guy who paid him in stolen banknotes, finally unearthing the poor fact at the back of the killing.
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A Gun For Sale: An Entertainment (Vintage Classics) by Graham Greene