The House of Dr. Edwardes

The House of Dr. Edwardes

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The basis for Hitchcock's masterpiece Spellbound, Francis Beeding's The House of Dr. Edwardes is a chilling mystery set in an asylum in France. A study of good and evil that owes some of its brooding, portentous atmosphere to the Gothic fiction of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Beeding's novel is also a classic page-turner, a gripping work of suspense and intrigue.
Publisher: New York : Rosetta Books, 2002.
Edition: 1st electronic ed.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (313 pages)

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