The End of the Affair

51XjsK1WM9L._SX315_BO1,204,203,200_.jpgI haven’t had a classic on my list in quite some time. I read on someone’s book list that I should add Graham Greene’s The End of the Affair to my TBR list. So I did. I very much enjoyed it. It’s much more beautifully written than books written today, and that alone made it a pleasure. And, it was a good story, though a little slow in the middle. Maurice’s affair with his friend’s wife, Sarah, began in London. But one day, Sarah breaks off the relationship with no warning. Two years later, Maurice hires a private detective to follow Sarah and find out what really happened. It’s a quick and satisfying read.

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