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Leave Her to Heaven-BenAmesWilliams,1944 PsychoThriller

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Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1944

Category:

Literature

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Item number:

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Leave Her to Heaven-Ben Ames Williams. Hardcover. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin (1944). ASIN: B000JPKWEK 429 pages; Tight binding, clean pages, no dustjacket. On copyright page: This book has not been condensed. Its bulk is less because government regulations prohibit use of heavier paper. (It was made into a movie, released December 19, 1945, starring Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde, Jeanne Crain, Vincent Price, Mary Phillips, Ray Collins and Gene Lockhart. DVD synopsis: Leave Her To Heaven is a stylish psychological thriller starring Gene Tierney as Ellen, the stunningly beautiful wife of handsome writer Richard Harland, played by Cornel Wilde. Ellen panics as her perfect marriage unravels and Harland's work and invalid brother demand more and more of his attention. Her husband becomes unnerved by her compulsive and jealous behavior. And when the people close to him are murdered, one by one, it is obvious that this dream marriage has become a full-fledged nightmare. Based on the best-selling novel by Ben Ames Williams. This film won the Oscar(r) for Best Cinematography (Color) and received three other Academy Award(r) nominations: Best Actress for Gene Tierney, Best Sound Recording, and Best Art Direction (Color)/Interior Decoration. A woman who loves too much marries a man she's only known a few days--much to her fiance's surprise--and her new husband discovers that her selfish ways have ruined others. Academy Award Nominations: 2, including Best Actress--Gene Tierney. Academy Awards: Best (Color) Cinematography.) Book: 1ST PARAGRAPH: Leick and the boatman adjusted a bridle on the canoe so that it would tow without yawing, and they loaded the dunage into the motorboat, and then Leick came to were Harland was waiting. Harland had been standing apart, looking down the lake, his eyes fixed upon that distant notch between the mountains which was te threshold of the River. Above the wharf, where the road ended at a garage made of sheet metal with stalls for half a dozen transient cars, three men sat on the concrete base of the gasoline pump, watching him and the others. While he waited he had heard the low murmur of their voices, needing not to hear their words to be sure what they were saying and to wince at that knowledge.
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