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The bestselling classic and masterpiece of psychological fiction
'The greatest psychological thriller of all time' ERIN KELLY
'The book every writer wishes they'd written' CLARE MACKINTOSH
'Excellent entertainment . . . du Maurier created a scale by which modern women can measure their feelings' STEPHEN KING
On a trip to the South of France, the shy heroine of Rebecca falls in love with Maxim de Winter, a handsome widower. Although his proposal comes as a surprise, she happily agrees to marry him. But as they arrive at her husband's home, Manderley, a change comes over Maxim, and the young bride is filled with dread. Friendless in the isolated mansion, she realises that she barely knows him. In every corner of every room is the phantom of his beautiful first wife, Rebecca, and the new Mrs de Winter walks in her shadow.
Not since Jane Eyre has a heroine faced such difficulty with the other woman. An international bestseller that has never gone out of print, Rebecca is the haunting story of a young girl consumed by love and the struggle to find her identity.
'Rebecca is a masterpiece' GUARDIAN
'This chilling, suspenseful tale is as fresh and readable as it was when it was first written' DAILY TELEGRAPH


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  • Auteur(s)

    Daphné Du maurier

  • Éditeur

    Virago

  • Distributeur

    Numilog

  • Date de parution

    09/02/2012

  • EAN

    9781405513463

  • Disponibilité

    Disponible

  • Nombre de pages

    448 Pages

  • Action copier/coller

    Non

  • Action imprimer

    Non

  • Partage

    Dans le cadre de la copie privée

  • Nb Partage

    6 appareils

  • Poids

    4 506 Ko

  • Diffuseur

    Numilog

  • Entrepôt

    Numilog

  • Support principal

    ebook (ePub)

  • Version ePub

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Daphné Du Maurier

Petite-fille de l'illustrateur George du Maurier, l'auteur du livre-culte Peter Ibbetson, fille du grand acteur Gerald du Maurier, Daphné du Maurier naît à Londres en 1907 et s'installe en 1932 dans le manoir de Menabilly, en Cornouailles. Elle meurt en 1989 après une vie consacrée à l'écriture. Adulée par des millions de lecteurs, elle a publié 29 romans et de nombreuses nouvelles, dont trois ont inspiré Hitchcock : L'Auberge de la Jamaïque, Les Oiseaux et Rebecca.

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