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Beast in View Audiobook

Beast in View

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At 30, Helen Clarvoe is alone: Her only visitors are the staff at the hotel where she lives, and her only phone calls come from a stranger. Until that stranger, with a quiet, compelling voice, lures the aloof and financially secure Miss Clarvoe into a world of extortion, pornography, vengeance, madness, and murder. But who is the hunter and who is the victim?

A gothic chiller which still feels incredibly modern, Beast in View is a true classic of the crime fiction genre.

©1955 Margaret Millar; copyright © 1983 Margaret Millar Charitable Remainder Unitrust (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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    Lily canterbury, United Kingdom 07/03/2016
    Lily canterbury, United Kingdom 07/03/2016
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    "Wonderful writing and narration"

    Margaret Millar was and is a great writer! The narration in this book is amazing! You must read/ listen to this great book!

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    "Superb psychological study"
    If you could sum up Beast in View in three words, what would they be?

    This is a superb psychological study disguised as a novel of suspense and terror. Millar is a master of the unexpected twist and this clearly is one of her best books. In Millar, like Highsmith, crime is more interesting than detection and the ultimate focus is on a diseased society and the way it breeds fear.


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