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This whodunit was fun guessing who the real villain is?
The key was how the author purposely hides the name of the boy friend until near the end.
Excellent first novel. Levin demonstrates mastery of the suspense/thriller genre.Published 2 months ago by Patrick Perez
Ira Levin is amazing. I've already read a few of his books (Rosemary's Baby, The Perfect Day, Boys from Brazil) and have tremendously enjoyed them all. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Luke D.
even though this novel was published decades ago, it has enough suspense and story strength to please today's readers. it's a great read!Published 4 months ago by anne beckman
Ira Levin's tale of murder grips you from the first sentence, first paragraph, and you can't stop looking because the emotions are so visceral and dark. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Chilli B
Read it when I was a teenager, and just reread 45 years later. Boy does this one hod up. Much better than the 2 movies made from the novel. The only problem was the small print.Published 5 months ago by sammy
told in a slightly different and interesting way. Rich with characters and the 1950's era of life, this story tells the events of an intelligent killer with a twisted mind, willing... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Twostory
Haven't read as yet but an looking forward to it as I have enjoyed other books by Ira LevinPublished 6 months ago by Roger F. West