Book Of The Month

We’re turning to Du Maurier’s enduring tale of haunting legacies and sinister shadows as our book of the month ...

Written in 1938, Daphne Du Maurier’s Rebecca sold 2.8 million copies by 1965 and has never been far from the public imagination since.

It ignited something in Alfred Hitchcock’s imagination too with his menacing noir film adaptation winning an Oscar for Best Picture in 1940. A new film version directed by Ben Wheatley arrived on our screens just last month, again emphasising that Daphne Du Maurier’s story is one with staying power.

This month, we’re turning to Du Maurier’s enduring tale of haunting legacies and sinister shadows as our book of the month.

So whether you’re revisiting this classic or discovering it for the first time, we’d love for you to join us.

Find out more about why it’s November’s book of the month and join the conversation online using #OCOBclub

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