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Psycho

Bloch, Robert

Published by Simon & Schuster, 1959
ISBN 10: 9997538455 / ISBN 13: 9789997538451
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1st printing, 1959. Hardcover, in original jacket. No marks or writing in text. Pages moderately tanned. An owner's name in pen on front endpaper, and a small mark on rear endpaper. Binding strong. Light wear. Jacket good, price-clipped, with some heavier wear, a few small, closed tears, & some spotting. Reliable customer service. Photos available. We ship daily. (Heavy books & sets may require extra shipping charges.). Bookseller Inventory # AQ4178

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Synopsis: Norman Bates (and his mother) run the Bates Motel by an isolated road side. Norman has a particular interest in taxidermy. Alfred Hitchcock directed the Hollywood film, starring Anthony Perkins and Janet Leigh.

About the Author: Robert Bloch is the author of the classic horror novel, Psycho, which served as the basis for Alfred Hitchcock's thrilling film of the same name. At the urging of H. P. Lovecraft, Bloch began writing short fiction in the 1930s; his first short novel, The Scarf, was published in 1947. In 1959, the year Psycho was published, Bloch won the Hugo Award for a short story and began to write for television and film, starting with "Alfred Hitchcock Presents"-a job he earned before the film version of Psycho had completed shooting!

Bloch also worked on "Thriller," a TV series hosted by Boris Karloff, twice collaborated with famed filmmaker William Castle, and wrote three episodes of the original "Star Trek" television series. In addition to this work, Bloch continued to write chilling and perceptive short stories and novels, including Firebug, American Gothic, Psycho II, and The Night of the Ripper

Bloch's "unauthorized" autobiography, Once Around the Bloch, was his last major work. Robert Bloch died in 1994 after a long bout with cancer.

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Title: Psycho
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Publication Date: 1959
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Edition: First Edition.

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Published by SIMON & SCHUSTER. NY 1959 (1959)
ISBN 10: 9997538455 ISBN 13: 9789997538451
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