The Two Faces of January
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|Cover artist||Polly Cameron|
|LC Class||PS3558.I366 T8 1988|
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.
The publishers quote the following positive reviews:
- Shifts of ground stand metaphor for shifts in relationship; psychology is beautifully interleaved with a gritty genius loci. - Library Journal
A film adaptation was released in 2014.
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