“I don’t want to be challenged on my morals by a murderer. I don’t like being married to a murderer, if you want to know the truth.”
The Minotaur of Greek mythology was half-man, half-monster, condemned to wander in a maze, devouring any human he encountered. The three central characters of Patricia Highsmith’s The Two Faces of January look like ordinary tourists enjoying a vacation in Greece. But they are entering a labyrinth of crime and betrayal that will lead them to places they never imagined.