The Two Faces of January

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For the 2014 film, see The Two Faces of January (film).
The Two Faces of January
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First edition
Author Patricia Highsmith
Cover artist Polly Cameron
Country United States
Language English language
Genre Psychological thriller
Publisher Doubleday
Publication date
1964
OCLC 16923778
813/.54 19
LC Class PS3558.I366 T8 1988

The Two Faces of January (1964) is a psychological thriller novel by Patricia Highsmith.

Synopsis[edit]

The book revolves around American characters, but is set in Athens, Crete, and Paris. It involves a con artist, Chester MacFarland, who accidentally kills a Greek policeman who is investigating him. MacFarland's wife, Colette, and an American student, Rydal Keener, become involved in covering up the death and fleeing the country.

Reviews[edit]

The publishers quote the following positive reviews:

Adaptations[edit]

A film adaptation was released in 2014.

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