I have read a few books by Graham Greene, already, and I loved them. This one is no different. Taking place in pre-revolotionary Cuba, it is about a humble vacuum cleaner salesman that is roped into being an agent for the British Secret Service.
It starts out very light-hearted and ends up getting rather serious. The story just roped me right in and wouldn't let me go. Once again, I don't want to give anything away. All I can say is, espionage has never been more entertaining than in "Our Man in Havana."
I have a few more Graham Green novels to read, so you will be hearing about them soon.