Bunny Lake Is Missing

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Product Details

Price
$12.95  $11.91
Publisher
Feminist Press
Publish Date
Pages
220
Dimensions
5.2 X 7.98 X 0.71 inches | 0.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781558614741

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About the Author

Evelyn Piper was the pseudonym of Merriam Modell (1908-1994). After graduating from Cornell in the late 1920s, Modell worked as a model, as a secretary for a harmonica quartet and lived in Germany for a time. She published short stories in The New Yorker, starting in 1941, and her novels include The Lady and Her Doctor (1956), Hanno's Doll (1961), and The Nanny (1964).

Reviews

"A brilliant tale of psychological suspense, Bunny Lake Is Missing is a classic thriller--a riveting revisit to the dark side of the fifties, where the tension beneath the calm surface has an undertow that drags the reader into its grip. Prime pulp--pure pleasure." --Linda Fairstein, author of The Bone Vault

"A beautiful job . . . frantic scenes of action, contagious terror and near hysteria." --San Francisco Chronicle

"Evelyn Piper . . . master of taut and impelling writing, [presents] a headlong story of nerve-wracking tension, psychological validity and emotional drive." --Oakland Tribune

"The distraught, gusty, and hip mother I played in Bunny Lake Is Missing is my all-time favorite role." --Carol Lynley
"A brilliant tale of psychological suspense, Bunny Lake Is Missing is a classic thriller--a riveting revisit to the dark side of the fifties, where the tension beneath the calm surface has an undertow that drags the reader into its grip. Prime pulp--pure pleasure." --Linda Fairstein, author of The Bone Vault

"A beautiful job . . . frantic scenes of action, contagious terror and near hysteria." --San Francisco Chronicle

"Evelyn Piper . . . master of taut and impelling writing, [presents] a headlong story of nerve-wracking tension, psychological validity and emotional drive." --Oakland Tribune

"The distraught, gusty, and hip mother I played in Bunny Lake Is Missing is my all-time favorite role." --Carol Lynley