Imagine the cinematic masterpiece Vertigo retold by its tragic heroine: that heroine, Judy Barton may be the most-watched and least-understood woman in movie history. Generations of viewers think Ferguson tells us all we need to know when he sputters, "You were his girl!" at the movie's climax. But what if the woman we've come to sympathize with is neither Elster's mistress, nor a willing accessory to murder?
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While writing this novel, Wendy, Robin and their white cat Pearl lived on a hill overlooking San Francisco’s Ocean Beach. They now reside in Byrd Park, Richmond, Virginia.
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The Testament of Judith Barton based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
The detective in me thoroughly enjoyed this 3-D experience. Watched Vertigo (the Hitchcock classic film), gobbled this uniquely crafted novel, and then viewed the last half of the movie again, text in hand, to see what I'd missed about Judith Barton the first time. A great way to jazz up book group discussion!