The Comfort of Strangers

This sleepy vacation novel turns into horror story toward the end; Colin and Mary are disinterested lovers on vacation, rekindling their love interest. They bump into Robert, who takes them to a hole-in-the-wall restaurant to dine with the locals. C & M end up staying with Robert and his wife Caroline, who is crippled. Violent scenes follow.
Originally didn’t think that I liked it too much, but it has stuck with me more than McEwan’s other works have (very different from the bland Atonement).


auth=McEwan, Ian
pub=1981