I've been a huge Graham Greene fan for some time and since I've read all his books, I 've found myself searching out books about him. This time I read Bernard Diederich's Seeds of Fiction: Graham Greene's Adventures in Haiti and Central America 1954 - 1983 (2012). Diederich, a journalist, was Greene's guide with activist priest Jean-Claude Bajeux during his initial visits to Haiti and remained a lifelong friend until the author's death. The First Part "Greene in Haiti" chronicles his travels that lead to the writing of one of his greatest books about Haiti and Papa Doc Dulavier, The Comedians. The Second Part of the book, "On the Way Back: Graham Greene in Central America," looks mainly at his many visits to Panama and elsewhere in the 70s and 80s. Parts of these adventures ended up in later books such as The Captain and the Enemy and the Panama visits in the nonfiction, Getting To Know the General, which is mostly about his relationship with Panamanian benevolent dictator General Torres. It is an interesting account of Greene's life, when he was well into his old age. He lived a very active inquisitive life until the end. There is a forward by Pico Iyer called "Greene in the World," and and introduction by Greene's son, Richard Greene. It probably goes without saying that this book is probably of interest only for those who are Graham Greene fans and complete-ists.