By Daphne Du Maurier
With those phrases, the reader is ushered into an remoted grey stone mansion at the windswept Cornish coast, because the moment Mrs. Maxim de iciness recollects the chilling occasions that transpired as she all started her new existence because the younger bride of a husband she slightly knew. For in each nook of each room have been phantoms of a time lifeless yet now not forgotten—a earlier devotedly preserved through the sinister housekeeper, Mrs. Danvers: a set immaculate and untouched, garments laid out and able to be worn, yet now not via any of the good house's present occupants. With an eerie presentiment of evil tightening her center, the second one Mrs. de wintry weather walked within the shadow of her mysterious predecessor, made up our minds to discover the darkest secrets and techniques and shattering truths approximately Maxim's first wife—the overdue and hauntingly attractive Rebecca.
This exact variation of Rebecca comprises excerpts from Daphne du Maurier's The Rebecca computer and different Memories, an essay at the genuine Manderley, du Maurier's unique epilogue to the publication, and more.