"«You're a policeman?» he asked.
«I've always hated policemen. They're always either crooked or stupid.»
«Is that the kind of books you write?»
I could see him edging his chair round to block my way out. I caught the waiter's eye and he knew what I meant - there's an advantage in always using the same bar for interviews."
Graham Greene: The Third Man and The Fallen Idol
Penguin Books, Middlesex - 1971
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