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Rosemary's Baby by Ira Levin.

Published by Random House in 1967. Book Club Edition.

Designed by Kenneth Miyamoto. Jacket design by Paul Bacon.



245 pages / 5.6 x 8.5 x .9 inches / 14.3 x 21.5 x 2 centimeters


Please see the images above for an accurate representation of what the book looks like, but...

The dust jacket has some fading / wear / small tears.


Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse were delighted at the chance to move into the Bramford, one of Manhattan's oldest and most celebrated apartment houses. Their friend Hutch urged them not to; he knew of too many shadows in the Bramford's past--unsavory tenants like Adrian Marcato, who had practiced witchcraft, and the monstrous Trench sisters. But Rosemary and Guy were clear-thinking and not at all superstitious; they dismissed Hutch's warnings and moved in.

At first they were completely happy. Rosemary hung curtains and planned a nursery for the baby she hoped to have some day. Guy pursued his career as a stage and television actor. They met their neighbors, who were friendly and unintrusive.

And then, one day when Rosemary was down in the basement laundry room, a girl her own age came in...

Quietly and with a compelling matter-of-factness, Ira Levin tells a story of mounting terror and icy climactic shock. Few people who begin Rosemary's Baby will put it down unfinished; no one who finishes it will ever quite forget it.

Rosemary's Baby by Ira Levin


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