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Scary is fun! This man was a stand alone onto himself. It gave me insight into future films I want to view.Published 6 months ago by marilyn ruth
It must be tough to write a biography of a man who kept no diaries and who let few people inside his inner circle, much less his confidence. Read morePublished 15 months ago by KP Lee
If you like a lot of detail about Hitchcock's life this is the book. It's amazing how much detail the author researched on Mr. Hitchcock.Published 17 months ago by Kevin G Tomasello
THE DARK SIDE OF GENIUS: THE LIFE OF ALFRED HITCHCOCK (1999, 508 pages) by Donald Spoto is one tremendous, fantastic bio. Read morePublished 17 months ago by E. Hernandez
I enjoyed this book very much.
The photo are also great!
Of all the books about A. Hitchcock, this book will probably give the reader a better outlook on the... Read more
A few minutes of research of some facts proves that Mr. Spoto is anything but a fiction writer. Many biographers are known for twisting, stretching, and misinterpreting facts and... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Tosia
Great book, great author....Donald Spoto. Came across him by accident and he does write a good biography. Highly recommend. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Sid B.
Book arrived on time and as expected, but reeking of cigarette smoke. I suppose that is a risk when buying out of print titles, from back in the day when everyone smoked.Published on April 30, 2012 by Jeanette Scott
The best bio of Hitch you're likely to ever read. Gremlins, for their
own pervo reasons, slam this as "gossip. Read more