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The Two Faces of January

For the upcoming film, see The Two Faces of January (film).

The Two Faces of January
1st edition
Author Patricia Highsmith
Cover artist Polly Cameron
Country United States
Language English
Genre Psychological thriller
Publisher Doubleday
Publication date 1964
ISBN 0-87113-209-5
OCLC Number Dewey Decimal 813/.54 19
LC Classification PS3558.I366 T8 1988

The Two Faces of January (1964) is a psychological thriller novel by Patricia Highsmith.

Synopsis

The book revolves around American characters, but is set in Athens, Crete, and Paris. It involves a con artist, Chester MacFarland, who accidentally kills a Greek policeman who is investigating him. MacFarland's wife, Colette, and an American student, Rydal Keener, become involved in covering up the death and fleeing the country.

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  • The Two Faces of January at Amazon.com


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