Recently I spent 20 days in Italy and one of the many places I visited was the visually stunning island of Capri. This coupled with my interest and admiration for the intrepid novelist Graham Greene made me an ideal reader for Shirley Hazzard's memoir about Greene's time on the island, Greene On Capri (2000). It seems that Hazzard and her husband the writer Francis Steegmuller, were friends of Greene and often met with him during his extended stays on the island. Hazzard mixes in lines from his books, references to other books on Greene, some history of the island in general with personal reminisces of the man. It's not a comprehensive biography and has some superfluous information, but overall it gives a specific and nuanced look at a complex, difficult but talented man.