Cry of the Owl by Patricia Highsmith - PDF free download eBook

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  • Published: Sep 16, 2015
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In a small Pennsylvania town, Robert Forrester is recuperating from a nasty divorce and a bout of psychological trouble. One evening, while driving home, he sees a pretty young woman framed by her bright kitchen window. Soon, he cant keep himself...

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ISBN
9780871132901
Publisher
Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
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Book language
English
Pages
272
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PDF, FB2, EPUB, MOBI
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2448 kB

Some brief overview of this book

In a small Pennsylvania town, Robert Forrester is recuperating from a nasty divorce and a bout of psychological trouble. One evening, while driving home, he sees a pretty young woman framed by her bright kitchen window. Soon, he cant keep himself away.

But when Robert is inevitably discovered, obsession is turned on its head, and he finds himself unable to shake the young woman, nor entirely sure whether he should. Recently made into a major motion picture starring Julia Stiles and Paddy Considine, The Cry of the Owl is essential Highsmith, a modern classic ready to be reborn. Robert Forester is a fundamentally decent man who attracts trouble like a magnet, and when he begins watching the domestic simplicity of Jennys life through her window, the deceptive calm of suburban Pennsylvania is shattered.

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A few words about book author

Highsmith Though she penned such great psychological crime novels as Strangers on a Train and The Talented Mr. Ripley, Patricia Highsmiths gifts went largely unrecognized by American readers until recently. Fortunately, Highsmiths bizarre, subtly shaded novels were too good to remain obscure. Biography Suspense novels are often described as chilling, but no one turns down the readers emotional thermostat quite like Patricia Highsmith, author of such haunting psycholsidine, The Cry of the Owl is essential Highsmith, a modern classic ready to be reborn.

Robert Forester is a fundamentally decent man who attracts trouble like a magnet, and when he begins watching the domestic simplicity of Jennys life through her window, the deceptive calm of suburban Pennsylvania is shattered.

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