Books: Grace Notes the Tenth Man

by Graham Greene Simon & Schuster; 157 pages; $14.95

Ordinary folks are likely to forget about letters, memos or grocery lists that they have jotted down; it takes someone a little unusual to lose all recollection of having written a book. That is what happened to Author Graham Greene, 80, who learned in 1983 that something of his called The Tenth Man had been unearthed from the archives of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. He remembered working under contract to MGM back in 1944 and thought he might have written a brief scenario of a story that could, conceivably, have borne that title. But when the discovered typescript was sent to him, as Greene...

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