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The Hitchcock Murders - Conrad, Peter
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Alfred Hitchcock relished his power to frighten us and believed the shocks he administered improved our psychological health. But he could never satisfactorily explain our curiosity to see forbidden things or the perverse desire to experience anxiety and dread that made his work so popular. "In The Hitchcock Murders," Peter Conrad, one of Hitchcock's eager victims, undertakes the task on the master's behalf. At the age of thirteen, Conrad snuck into his first screening of "Psycho," and he's been wary of showers and fruit ...

The Hitchcock Murders 2002, Faber & Faber, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780571210602

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The Hitchcock Murders 2001, Faber & Faber

ISBN-13: 9780571200238