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Our Man In Havana

I promised recently that I was going to read more Graham Greene, so this was the obvious next title. Obvious, because I managed to not get around to reading it before visiting Cuba last year.
Reading it, I found it very familiar but from long enough ago, that I’d forgotten the ending. Later, on returning from France where I read it, I found that the familiarity was not from the film, but because I read it a while ago, and managed to find a second copy – not the first time this has happened.
I love the way Greene takes a the desperately dull Wormold, and develops him. The latter part of the book is especially funny, and the spy background seems scarily accurate. Now what Greene should I read next?