A modern classic, this novel set a new standard in the art of mystery and suspense in its exploration of the criminal mind
A Kiss Before Dying not only debuted the talent of best-selling novelist Ira Levin to rave reviews and an Edgar Award, it also set a new standard in the art of psychological suspense. It tells the shocking tale of a young man who will stop at nothing—not even murder—to get where he wants to go. For he has dreams, plans. He also has charm, good looks, intelligence. And he has a problem. Her name is Dorothy; she loves him, and she’s pregnant. The solution may demand desperate measures. But, then, he looks like the kind of guy who could get away with murder.
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Triple threat — in the status of a multiple murder case in which three sisters were successive victims of the cupidity, the ruthlessness, of a man who expected to acquire wealth and ease without effort.Oct 09 1953 | Read Full Review of A Kiss Before Dying: A Novel ...
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