GREENE, Graham. The Tenth Man. London: The Bodley Head and Anthony Blond, 1985.
8vo, green publisher's boards gilt to spine; in the original unclipped dust-jacket (£6.95 net); pp. 157, [iii]; essentially a fine copy, the jacket perhaps ever-so-slightly toned, with a couple of very light creases.
First edition. A short story concerning a group of prisoners in WWII who must draw lots to decide which of them must die, and how wealth is traded for life in unexpected ways. Greene wrote of the novel: "I prefer it in many ways to The Third Man".