Recommended. (Library Journal)
A Year of Hitchcock is arranged into 52 chronological chapters and invites readers to spend a year with the director's best works to appreciate his development. Each film is considered in light of Hitchcock's career and themes central to his work, offering a focus on the range of his famous and lesser-publicized films and providing a key analysis perfect for any college-level film library serious about Hitchcock's films. (California Bookwatch, November 2009)
Jim McDevitt is a freelance writer who has written numerous articles and stories for a variety of paper and Internet publications.
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An excellent summary and reference source about this great director's career. A must for any serious student of the 'Master of Suspense.'Published 21 months ago by Toby Martin II (aka R. Howe)