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دانلود اپلیکیشن «زیبوک»
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‘Guy, I just thought. Oh yes! You murder my father and I’ll murder Miriam. The police will never find us. We’re strangers, we met on a train and nobody knows we’re friends. It’s perfect.’
Guy Haines meets Charley Bruno on a train and from that moment his life is never the same again. He tries to forget about Bruno’s crazy plan for murder. But Guy is slowly pulled deeper and deeper into a world of madness, lies and death. Two murders follow one after the other — and there is no escape . . .
Patricia Highsmith was born in Texas in America in 1921. She lived in England and France, and finally moved to a village in Switzerland. She was an artist as well as a writer, and liked gardening. She never married, and died in February 1995.
From a very early age Highsmith was interested in people who behaved strangely. When she was sixteen, she decided to become a writer. Strangers on a Train was her first novel. It appeared in 1950 and is still her best-known book.
Highsmith is one of the best crime writers of this century. She said once that she was ‘interested in the effect of guilt’ on her heroes. Her books and short stories are about her own special world of fear, anger and murder.
Alfred Hitchcock made a film of Strangers on a Train in 1951. He changed the story, but it is still a very exciting and frightening film to watch.
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