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If you’ve ever wondered what the drama of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho did to the innocent locals not involved with the film, check out Manuel Muñoz’s new book, What You See in the Dark. The first-time novelist will speak at Columbia College Thursday in Dorsey Gym 6 p.m. as part of a national tour to promote his work.
Muñoz’s book describes the doomed romance of two Bakersfield, Calif., residents. The relationship ends in tragedy and murder after the film crew of Hitchock’s famed thriller comes to the small town to make cinematic history. A Publisher’s Weekly review lauds the novel as “lyrical” and “sensitive” and praises the author’s use of the second person.
Muñoz will read from What You See in the Dark and sign copies for audience members, which will be available for purchase at the event.
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