Features the author Graham Greene in the midst of a political thriller.
“[A] perfect intersection of film noir and espionage fiction” - Publisher’s Weekly
“Effectively moody” - Library Journal
“A masterpiece of intrigue… by mixing fact and fiction with a surefooted ease that would make bestselling authors weep with jealousy, Fromenthal keeps his audience guessing right up until the closing moments” - Tripwire
“Tells a satisfying mystery” - Chico’s Comics Page
“The Prague Coup reminds readers that sometimes writers lived lives more interesting than the ones they created in their novels.“ - New York Journal of Books
“One of those graphic novels that demonstrate what an intelligent art form this has become…an intriguing, speculative Cold War thriller that has both plausibility and gravitas” - NB Magazine
“A stellar retelling of the effort and espionage that went into making one of the cinema’s greatest spy tales. 10 out of 10!” - Newsarama
“Gripping drama and tense cloak and dagger action” - Graphic Novel Resources
“Intellectually engaging, beautifully observed and memorable, a fitting companion to Greene’s own work. He’d probably appreciate it” - Slings and Arrows
“An absorbing read… mix[es] fact and fiction very deftly without hitting a false note” - The Graham Greene Birthplace Trust
“A fast-moving, absorbing story” - Historical Novel Society
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