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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Psycho and a return to select London cinemas on Friday 2nd April we have five copies of Robert Graysmith’s The Girl in Hitchcock’s Shower to give away!

Hitchcock’s most notorious work remains terrifying after all these years, digitally presented, this reissue marks this milestone work’s 50th Anniversary.

As larcenous Phoenix real-estate secretary Marion Crane (Leigh) picks the wrong place to spend a night: The Bates Motel (12 cabins, 12 vacancies, 12 showers), run by a peculiar young man (Perkins) and his crotchety old ‘mother’. Based on Robert Bloch’s novel, the film’s numerous set pieces remain unsurpassed (the superbly edited shower sequence, storyboarded by Saul Bass is one of the most influential in film history), with the film having accrued the reputation as the master of all suspense movies.

In The Girl in Hitchcock’s Shower Robert Graysmith, The New York Times bestselling author who investigated the Zodiac case, now uncovers a real-life mystery of murder, body doubles, and obsession. The book is available at all good bookstores and online retailers. Visit for more information.

Prize: Win one of five copies of Robert Graysmith’s The Girl in Hitchcock’s Shower.

This competition is now closed. The winners are as follow:
Emma Nutter, Clitheroe, BB7
Robin Brooksbank, Derby, DE21
Jackie Youel, Yorkshire, S75
Derek Steel, Cumbria, CA8
Lisa Jackson, Nuneaton, CV11

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– First correct answer out of the Editor’s hat wins the prize.
– Winners’ full names, cities of residence and first part of their postcodes will be published on this page when the competition ends.
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– The Editor’s decision is final.
– There is no cash alternative.