• Image of The Best of Saki with an introduction by Graham Greene
  • Image of The Best of Saki with an introduction by Graham Greene
  • Image of The Best of Saki with an introduction by Graham Greene

It was Greene who caught my eye here, I'll admit it, but Saki (HH Munro) is a witty writer who was prolific in the early twentieth century, who is still in print and read today.
This is a collection of 37 stories that Greene chose.
It is also a very delightful slight hardcover, a little worn with age (this edition was published in 1952 by Bodley Head Press (which always makes me think of the wonderfully named Tasmanian publisher, Blubberhead Press).
It was first published in 1930