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Peter Benchley
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Pan Macmillan
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Immerse yourself in the terror of Peter Benchley's vintage thriller, Jaws. Released in 1974 and inspiring Spielberg's cinematic masterpiece, the book has sold over twenty million copies globally and remains a landmark in classic literary horror.

It's never safe to go back in the water . . .

A small Atlantic resort. The mutilated body of a young woman, or what is left of it, washes up on the long, white stretch of beach on the beach. It is merely a harbinger of the horror that is about to unfold, as a sun-drenched holiday turns into a nightmare.

You'll never look at the sea the same way again. A summer of terror has begun.

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Peter Benchley was born in New York City in 1940 and was the son of novelist Nathaniel Benchley and grandson of humorist Robert Benchley. He worked as a reporter for the Washington Post, as associate editor of Newsweek and as a speech-writer for the late President Johnson. His stories and articles appeared in numerous magazine including the New Yorker and National Geographic.

Jaws was his first novel, his previous two books being a story for children and a book based on his trip round the world. Peter Benchley died in 2006.

Pick up Jaws before midnight, read the first five pages, and I guarantee you'll be putting it down breathless and stunned, as dawn is breaking the next day.
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