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In which of Charles Dickens' novels will you find the ruthless career criminal Bill Sykes?
This work was originally published in a German language edition. It tells the macabre tale of Jean-Baptiste Grenouille, a twisted character who stalks and murders young women in an attempt to attain the ultimate scent for himself. Do you know the english language title of Patrick Suskind's bizarre novel?
The Tale of Halcyon Crane
The Yellow Room
Perfume: The Story of a Murder
This cleverly written novel by Gregory Maguire weaves the tale of Elphaba, the arch nemesis of Dorothy from Frank L. Baum's classic "The Wizard of Oz". Which witch tale is it?
Glinda: Not Such a Good Witch After All
I'll Get You My Pretty
Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West
Who wrote the children's novella, "Fantastic Mr. Fox", which tells the story of three mean old farmers named Bogus, Bunce and Bean who are determined to get the wily creature stealing from them at any cost?
What is the first name of the title character in Patricia Highsmith's darkly amoral tale "The Talented Mr. Ripley"?
"The Cask of Amontillado" was written by a master storyteller. The villain in the story seeks revenge on a fellow nobleman by bricking him in and leaving him to die in the catacombs. Which author created the unrepentant villain Fortunato?
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Edgar Allan Poe
Sir Percival Glyde and the evil Count Fosco are partners in a diabolical plot to swindle a naive young woman out of her inheritance. What is the missing colour in the title of this Wilkie Collins novel "The Woman in ________"?
"The Screwtape Letters" by C.S. Lewis is a classic tale of temptation. It is written in a groundbreaking style as correspondence between Wormwood and his clever Uncle Screwtape. Who is Uncle Screwtape?
A senior devil
This Shakespearean character will stop at nothing to gain the position he believes is rightfully his. In the end he even kills his wife Emilia when he sees her as an obstacle and a nuisance. Who is this character that is evil to the core?
This housekeeper of Manderley relentlessly torments the lead character taking her to the brink of committing suicide. In the end she is presumed dead when she disappears after setting fire to the mansion. What is the first name of the nightmarish character Mrs. Danvers, in Daphne du Maurier's tale "Rebecca"?
It is never given
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