Harmondsworth, England: Penguin Books. Very Good. 1978. 2nd printing. Softcover. 0-14-003469-2 . [slight spine roll, modest edgewear to covers, old bookstore rubber-stamp on first inside page, small date stamp on bottom edge of text block, small sticker-removal scar on rear cover]. "In spite of the Situation, David Kelsey had an invincible conviction that life was going to work out all right for him. He had a good job and the right girl in Annabelle." (Alas, none of that assures you of a happy ending in a Highsmith book.) This particular novel was adapted by Robert Bloch for the TV anthology series THE ALFRED HITCHCOCK HOUR in 1962 (the first season during which the program expanded from its original half-hour format). . (Inventory #: 24328)
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