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Psycho

It was a dark and stormy night when Mary Crane glimpsed the unlit neon sign announcing the vacancy at the Bates Motel. Exhausted, lost, and at the end of her rope, she was eager for a hot shower and a bed for the night. Her room was musty, but clean, and the manager seemed nice, if a little odd. This classic horror novel, which inspired the famous film by Alfred Hitchcock, has been thrilling people for fifty years.

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  • "It was a dark and stormy night when Mary Crane glimpsed the unlit neon sign announcing the vacancy at the Bates Motel. Exhausted, lost, and at the end of her rope, she was eager for a hot shower and a bed for the night. Her room was musty, but clean, and the manager seemed nice, if a little odd. This classic horror novel, which inspired the famous film by Alfred Hitchcock, has been thrilling people for fifty years."@en
  • "The classic horror story of the Bates Motel, murder and suspense."
  • "A woman on the run has the misfortune to stop at the motel operated by Norman Bates."
  • "A woman on the run has the misfortune to stop at the motel operated by Norman Bates."@en
  • "It was a dark and stormy night when Mary Crane glimpsed the unlit neon sign announcing the vacancy at the Bates Motel. Exhausted, lost, and at the end of her rope, she was eager for a hot shower and a bed for the night. Her room was musty, but clean, and the manager seemed nice, if a little odd ... This classic horror novel, which inspired the famous film by Alfred Hitchcock, has been thrilling people for fifty years. It introduced one of the most unexpectedly-twisted villains of all time in Norman Bates, the reserved motel manager with a mother complex, and has been called the "first psychoanalytic thriller.""@en
  • "Suspense fiction. Mystery fiction. It was a dark and stormy night when Mary Crane glimpsed the unlit neon sign announcing the vacancy at the Bates Motel. Exhausted, lost, and at the end of her rope, she was eager for a hot shower and a bed for the night. Her room was musty, but clean, and the manager seemed nice, if a little odd. This classic horror novel, which inspired the famous film by Alfred Hitchcock, has been thrilling people for fifty years. It introduced one of the most unexpectedly-twisted villains of all time in Norman Bates, the reserved motel manager with a mother complex, and has been called the "first psychoanalytic thriller.""
  • "Mary Crane is on the run. In a moment of madness she took $40,000 she was meant to deposit in the bank for her estate agent boss, jumped into her car and fled north towards Fairvale and her fiance, Sam Loomis. But a wrong turn in the storm-tossed night took her on to a deserted road - deserted, that is, except for the unlit sign picked up by the car's headlights: MOTEL - VACANCY. Reassured by the simple face of proprietor Norman Bates, Mary thinks she'll stay the night."@en
  • "PLAYAWAY. It was a dark and stormy night when Mary Crane glimpsed the unlit neon sign announcing the vacancy at the Bates Motel. Exhausted, lost, and at the end of her rope, she was eager for a hot shower and a bed for the night. Her room was musty, but clean, and the manager seemed nice, if a little odd... This classic horror novel, which inspired the famous film by Alfred Hitchcock, has been thrilling people for fifty years. It introduced one of the most unexpectedly-twisted villains of all time in Norman Bates, the reserved motel manager with a mother complex, and has been called the "first psychoanalytic thriller.""

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  • "Horror fiction."
  • "Horror fiction."@en
  • "Horror tales."
  • "Suspense fiction."
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Detective and mystery stories"@en
  • "Audiobooks"
  • "Talking books."@en
  • "Detective and mystery stories."@en
  • "Fiction."@en
  • "Fiction."
  • "Audiobooks."
  • "Audiobooks."@en
  • "Downloadable audio books."@en

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  • "Psycho"@en
  • "Psycho"@da
  • "Psycho"
  • "Psycho."@en
  • "Psycho /"