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Rebecca is a classic suspenful and romantic novel written by Daphne du MaurierIt tells the tragic and emotional story of how the memory of a woman named Rebecca haunted the lives of newleweds Maxim and Mrs De Winter and their estate of Manderly The story opens in Monte Carlo France and later moves to a small town outside of London In a hotel in Monte Carlo France a young simple servant girl who at first remains nameless is acquainted with Maxim de Winter a wealthy man who owns the estate of Manderly outside of London England She falls deeply in love with him and the two are wed abroad Upon their return to Manderly the new Mrs de Winter is instantly enchanted by the exterior beauty of the estate and cans hardly wait to be the Madam of the house She is introduced to the staff of the house and her impression of them is very well except for Mrs Danvers Mrs Danvers had been the personal maid of Maxims deceased wife Rebecca and she had been quite fond of her Mrs de Winter is constantly being compared to the late Mrs de Winter and this makes the new Mrs de Winter quite uncomfortable as Mrs Danvers makes each day a challenge to survive as well as distancing her from her husband who she believes is still thinking of Rebecca and still in love with her One day the mystery of Rebeccas death is revealed by Maxim He tells his wife the truth Rebecca didnt drown to her death Maxim murdered her Instead of the angel she was percieved to be she was rather a devil who cheated on Maxim with her first cousin and never loved Maxim from the start A body is soon found by the shores of Manderly Rebeccas body There are suspicions that Maxim killed her and an inquest is carried out He
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