Marnie appears to be charming and efficient. A true professional. But inwardly she is unscrupulous, a rebel against society and the law. When she starts working for a small family firm, two of the partners vie for her attentions, and as Mark Rutland, the younger partner, forces his way into Marnie's world he becomes desperate to understand her. Why is she so cynical, so uncaring? Why is she a thief and a liar? Who is the real Marnie? Mark sets a trap ...but it is not only Marnie who is caught ...'A crime novel of considerable suspense, and great distinction' Spectator 'The incomparable Winston Graham ...who has everything that anyone else has, then a whole lot more' Guardian
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Master of psychological thrillers Winston Graham unfolds an intricate tale of an apparently cold, manipulative thief who is forced into marriage to escape arrest. As Marnie's traumatic past is revealed, the novel lays bare the astonishing personality hidden within her.Product Description:
The novel that became a classic Hitchcock film. Marnie seems a charming woman, but no one knows her real name or anything about her at all. Now Marnie has walked into a trap. The game is over - or would be - if the man who trapped her hadn't caught himself as well.
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Book Description House of Stratus, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110755109007