Paranoia (novel)

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AuthorJoseph Finder
CountryUnited States
Published2004 by St. Martin's Press
Media typePrint
Pages426 pp
LC ClassPS3556.I458

Paranoia is a 2004 novel written by Joseph Finder and published in the United States by St. Martin's Press and Orion Publishing Group in the United Kingdom.[1][2] Paranoia was a New York Times bestseller whose marketing campaign attracted national attention.[clarification needed] St. Martin's reported four printings of the hardcover edition with 140,000 copies printed.[3]

Paranoia is the story of Adam Cassidy, whose prank jeopardizes his low-level job at a technology corporation. His superiors give him the chance to save his job if he agrees to an undercover corporate espionage assignment at a rival company.[4]

In April 2009, Variety reported that the French film company Gaumont had acquired Paranoia for adaptation as a motion picture.[5] The motion picture, also called Paranoia, was released in August 2013.[6]


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  5. ^ Fleming, Michael (04/06/2009). "Gaumont finds Finder's 'Paranoia' - Entertainment News, Exclusives, Media - Variety". Variety. Retrieved 30 March 2011. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  6. ^ "Paranoia (2013) on IMDB".>