The Postman Always Rings Twice

The Postman Always Rings Twice

James M. Cain


An amoral younger tramp.  A attractive, sullen lady with an inconvenient husband.  A challenge that has just one grisly solution--a answer that in simple terms creates different difficulties that nobody can ever solve.

First released in 1934 and banned in Boston for its explosive mix of violence and eroticism, The Postman constantly earrings Twice is a vintage of the roman noir. It validated James M. Cain as a big novelist with an unsparing imaginative and prescient of America's bleak underside, and used to be said by means of Albert Camus because the version for The Stranger.

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