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Alfred Hitchcock Presents is the redemption, literature, fiction, fantasy and thriller novel which is based on short stories. Alfred Hitchcock is the author of this classic novel. The “Water’s Edge”, Rusty Connors is in the prison from the last few years and now he is about to release from prison. He heard the different stories about his cellmate Mike Krause a killer and bank robber. His condition is miserable and he is about going to die. Mike is on his death bed and he has something to tell Rusty. He tells about his sexy wife Helen to Rusty.
The money which Mike steals is still with his partner and he wants Rusty to take his money from him. He told Rusty that his wife is going to help him in finding Pete and for this first time Rusty has to seduce and charm Helen. When Rusty actually meets Helen, she was not the woman which Mike told and she was overweighed. At once Rusty change his mind but then he makes an arrangement with her. They both agree to find Pete and get their cut from the stolen money. But the things don’t work in a way that is planned from them. There are dozens of other short stories which are full of suspense and thrill.
Details About Alfred Hitchcock Presents by Alfred Hitchcock ePub
- Name: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: 12 Stories They Wouldn’t Let Me Do on TV
- Authors: Alfred Hitchcock
- Publish Date: April 1, 1978
- Language: English
- Genre: Fiction, Thriller, Fantasy, Literature
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 1 MB
- Pages: 224
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0440136458
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