by Daphne du Maurier and Patrick McGrath
by Daphne du Maurier
June 17, 2014 If books float your boat, we've got just the thing: magical barge battles, the search for the Northwest Passage and a trans-Atlantic cruise that follows in Geoffrey Chaucer's footsteps. Also pirates!
May 19, 2013 Author Ethan Rutherford started reading Daphne du Maurier's collection of stories, Don't Look Now, while it was still light out and didn't move from his chair until dark. Each one features characters who endure the strange and the extreme, and who are forever changed by the events that befall them.
September 3, 2012 Author Tara Altebrando took up Daphne Du Maurier's Rebecca expecting to love the dark tale. Instead, it helped her realize that she was looking for a happier read. What's your favorite happy ending? Tell us in the comments.
October 26, 2009 Literature is full of reminders that houses have souls, a fact characters forget at their own peril. In some novels, the house is as much a force as any of the people in the story. When that happens, the human characters had better beware.
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