A Simple Plan (novel)
|A Simple Plan|
1st edition cover
|Publication date||August 31, 1993|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover) & Paperback|
|Dewey Decimal||813/.54 20|
|LC Classification||PS3569.M5379759 S57 1993|
A Simple Plan is a thriller novel by American author Scott Smith that was published in 1993. The New York Times referred to the book as pushing boundaries using "emotional accuracy with an exceptionally skilled plot." A film based on the novel, directed by Sam Raimi, was released in 1998; according to the Times, the novel is so dark that the film ending was adjusted to soften the ending.
Three men find an airplane crashed in a forest. The pilot is dead and the cockpit contains a gym bag with $4.4 million in one-hundred-dollar notes. They decide to keep the money, dividing it equally, but their plans go wrong when others come close to discovering their secret, resulting in multiple murders.
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