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The Magicians Wife In The Magician S Wife, Cain Returns To His Classic Themes Of Lust And Greed Clay Lockwood, A Business Executive, Falls In Love With The Irresistible Sally Alexis, Wife Of A Professional Magician Their Story Is One Of The Inexorable Process Of Wishes Coming True The Realization Of Which Was Always, For Cain, A Terrifying Concept.

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  1. says:

    I get nostalgia for this type of rip roaring fun, this on the verge of exploitation and then some yarn Scrumptious to see an immoral man he s got three different dames struggle And as a reader, the prose is smooth only the c...


  2. says:

    Double Indemnity is one of my all time favorite movies This has the same elements greed, lust, murder In fact, this one would probably make a cracker jack film, too On the page, though, something doesn t quite work for me Clay Lockwood is a big shot in the meat business He meets Sally Gorsuch and before the day is out they re in the midst of a passionate affair and Clay is proposing that she leave her adulterous husband But Sally has her eyes on the prize when her father in law dies, her Double Indemnity is one of my all time favorite movies This has the same elements greed, lust, murder In fact, this one would probably make a cracker jack film, too On the page, though, something doesn t quite work for me Clay Lockwood is a big shot in the meat business He meets Sal...


  3. says:

    This noir mystery by the acclaimed novelist James Cain is intriguing, but not one of his best A successful businessman becomes engaged in an illicit affair with a married woman When it becomes apparent she wants him to kill her husband so she may inherit his money, he tries to break it off The woman s mother enters the narrative, trying to get him to continue the affair Guess what her motivation is Of course, the businessman has an affair with the mother as well The story plays out in a This noir mystery by the acclaimed novelist James Cain is intriguing, but not one of his best A successful businessman become...


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    Didn t quite match up to uther books I have read by Cain I think the reason would be the main character There is very little interesting or likable about him Don t get me wrong, a character could be evil or nasty, but on one level or another there has to be an interesting draw An example of my point would be Begby from Trainspotting Porno too The character is a terrible human being But at least he is interesting Anyway, without giving anything away, the last 15 or so pages almost redeem Didn t quite match up to uther books I have read by Cain I think the reason would be the main character There is very little interesting or likable about him Don ...


  5. says:

    Man falls for a woman Turns out she s married and wants her husband out of the way permanently They come to an agreement Things go wrong In stark outline, this reads like a retread of Double Indemnity It s a tribute to Cain s imagination and the depth of his vision of human nature that the novel turns out to be nothing of the kind Even with the broad parallels that can t be avoided and a gloomy conclusion that goes with the noir tag, The Magician s Wife is eminently worth bei...


  6. says:

    I enjoyed this book and thought the plot was good It really showed the depths that someone would go to in the name of love In the end though the goodness that was in the fabric of his being came through to admit the wrong and try to make it right But it still left m...


  7. says:

    OK, so I m a guy who likes happy endings and gets tired of that old adage, crime doesn t pay , but here we have the perfect set up for a happy ending but.it doesn t happen.Otherwise, this reads with the same sus...


  8. says:

    James M Cain is compellingly readable This was not one of his best novels, but it still had some enjoyable moments I would say that this one is to be read only if you are a fan and would appreciate the work despite the literary stumble.


  9. says:

    Written towards the end of Cain s life, it doesn t compare to his earlier novels Extremely earnest and filled with histrionics.

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