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A Kiss Before Dying (Macmillan Reader) by Ira Levin

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She had been a student at Columbia University, in New York. After college, she moved to the small apartment where she now lived. Marion had always wanted to work in an advertising agency 42 . W h e n she left college, her father had tried to make her work for the agency which looked after his company's advertising. He told the director 4 of the agency to give his M 62 New York City daughter a job. But Marion had never wanted her father's help. She found a job with a much smaller advertising agency.

She didn't really trust him. Marion Kingship didn't really love anybody. But she had her apartment, and she loved that. Every Saturday, she spent the day cleaning it. And she often dreamed that one day, a good, kind man would visit her there — someone who would love her and take care of her. " she often asked herself. One Saturday morning in September, Marion was cleaning her apartment. She was cleaning a table and she was looking 63 New York City New York City up at her copy of Charles Demuth's painting, My Egypt, which hung on the wall above it.

Tell him that I'm going to Mr Powell's room now to find the name of this student. " took Ellen into the living room. "Wait here," he said. "I'll go up to my bedroom. The name that you want is in one of my old college notebooks. " Powell ran up the stairs and into his clean, tidy bedroom. He opened a drawer in his desk and he took out a pile of notebooks. He started to look through them. "The name's in one of these," he said to himself. There was a tall closet in one corner of the room. Powell didn't see its door opening slowly.

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