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See what Hitchcock was working with - and transcending. A good yarn and a better movie.Published 20 days ago by Carl O. Trindle
Published in 1915 this is the first of the genre--not as exciting as a modern reader would expect, but definitely should be read for historic value. Read morePublished 1 month ago by g'ma marie
This book has a lot of potentials but the incredulity gets in the way. It's so unrealistic and far fetched as to be fantasy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr.Ez
Novel from which the classic Hitchcock film was derived. Rather a classic of its type.Published 2 months ago by Constantine Evans
EXCELLENT. I can't believe I'm about to say this -- A RIPPING YARN!!! Just what I was in the mood for. Hitchcock ripped off this book for 30 years!! ha.Published 2 months ago by Michael V. Partsch
I love the book and have used in my advanced ESL reading classes. The plays and movies are fun, but the book is better.Published 2 months ago by Nancy G. Boyer
This is suspense raised to a high degree. With the chief character, who is running from his pursuers, you can become as terrified as the innocent man on the run through the English... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Natalie Grenfell
Great book. A little tough to understand the Scottish slang, but I was able to follow the story and it kept me turning the pages.Published 3 months ago by BL