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A Kiss Bedore Dying

The book A Kiss Bedore Dying was made into the movie A Kiss Before Dying.

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Book details for A Kiss Bedore Dying

A Kiss Bedore Dying was written by Ira Levin. The book was published in 1953 by Carroll & Graf Publishers. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

Ira Levin also wrote The Stepford Wives (1972) and Sliver (1991).

 

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A Kiss Before Dying not only debuted the talent of best-selling novelist Ira Levin to rave reviews, it also set a new standard in the art of mystery and suspense. Now a modern classic, as gripping in its tautly plotted action as it is penetrating in its e... Read More
A Kiss Before Dying not only debuted the talent of best-selling novelist Ira Levin to rave reviews, it also set a new standard in the art of mystery and suspense. Now a modern classic, as gripping in its tautly plotted action as it is penetrating in its exploration of a criminal mind, it tells the shocking tale of a young man who will stop at nothing-not even murder-to get where he wants to go. For he has dreams; plans. He also has charm, good looks, sex appeal, intelligence. And he has a problem. Her name is Dorothy; she loves him, and she's pregnant. The solution may demand desperate measures. But, then, he looks like the kind of guy who could get away with murder. Compellingly, step by determined step, the novel follows this young man in his execution of one plan he had neither dreamed nor foreseen. Nor does he foresee how inexorably he will be enmeshed in the consequences of his own extreme deed.

Movie details for A Kiss Before Dying

The movie was released in 1991 and directed by Gerd Oswald. A Kiss Before Dying was produced by MGM (Video & DVD). More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com and also IMDb.

Actors on this movie include Robert Wagner, Jeffrey Hunter, Virginia Leith, Joanne Woodward, Mary Astor, George Macready, Robert Quarry, Howard Petrie, Bill Walker, Molly McCart, Marlene Felton and Robert Ivers.

 

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