The Hitchcock Hotel

The Hitchcock Hotel

Summary

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Lilith Thorne, forty, rarely sees the light of day. She has spent the past three years in total isolation at Guthrie Hall. She doesn't see anyone, her groceries are delivered to the front gate.

She adores her house and takes comfort in her routine, eating the same carefully prepared meals day after day. And yet, she is lonely, and posts an ad on Craigslist for a companion.

Eighty-year-old Beverly Smith answers the ad. Fiercer than her age will allow people to believe, the two women couldn't be more different.

Where will this extraordinary friendship lead the two women? What happens to a person when she has withdrawn from society, and how does she learn to trust again? And what happens when that trust then turns into something darker?

PRAISE FOR STEPHANIE WROBEL:

'Sensationally good - Wrobel is one to watch' LEE CHILD

'Worthy of Patricia Highsmith at her finest: quite superb' Daily Mail

'A riveting psychological duel' Sunday Times

©2023 Stephanie Wrobel (P)2023 Penguin Audio

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About the author

Stephanie Wrobel

Stephanie Wrobel is the author of This Might Hurt and The Recovery of Rose Gold, a Sunday Times and international bestseller that sold in twenty-one countries. Her third book, The Hitchcock Hotel, pays tribute to legendary film director Alfred Hitchcock, whose work Wrobel first encountered during a film studies class at university. She's been a devotee ever since. This new novel examines many of the themes that obsessed the Master of Suspense: voyeurism, vengeance, paranoia, and guilt.
Wrobel lives in New York City.
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