New York; (2010): Scribner. First Edition. Octavo. Item #026149
117 pages. Signed on the title page by Don DeLillo was at the Book Court event in one of his rare public readings with three color photographs taken of him as he discussed the book on February 10, 2010 as he was introduced by Anna Cory-Watson of Book Court. DeLillo is one of America's greatest authors. Since it deals with a man watching Hitchcock's Psycho and creates a new mystery it is no wonder that Kirkus Reviews writes: "An icy, disturbing and masterfully composed study of guilt, loss and regret— quite possibly the author’s finest yet.' Is no wonder that Martin Amis considers him a great novelist. A fine copy bound in ¼ maroon cloth over brown paper covered boards, spine lettering silver in a fine unclipped pictorial dust jacket.