John Franklin Bardin's most acclaimed work plays a virtuoso performance on music and madness in this unforgettable thriller.
In 1946 New York, Ellen, a world-renowned musician, is suffering from the effects of her latest mental breakdown. Amongst other challenges, a chance meeting with a folk singer from her past causes her psychological well-being to rapidly deteriorate. Over the following terrifying weeks, Ellen finds herself becoming both a criminal and a victim as she attempts to contend with the darkness within.
"We have all had these feelings, more or less, and now and then. The healthier among us try to step back from the brink, try to laugh at what might have happened if we had gone a bit further. The reader of these tales will read in horror—those who can take it. And they will not forget very soon." —Patricia Highsmith
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|Size: ||5.5 MB|
|Publisher: ||Diversion Books|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781626813533 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|