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Walls That Hear You

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Nothing beats a tale of fatalistic dread by the supreme master of suspense, Cornell Woolrich. His novels and hundreds of short stories define the essence of noir nihilism."-Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review It's unfortunate that Woolrich didn't try the speculative fiction more often, since his scattering of horror stories, in particular "Dark Melody of Madness," "Speak to Me of Death," its novel version Night Has a Thousand Eyes, and "Jane Brown's Body," are among the greatest weird tales ever written. - Ryan Harvey, Black Gate "Along with Raymond Chandler, Cornell Woolrich practically invented the genre of noir." -Newsday "Critical sobriety is out of the question so long as this master of terror-in-the-commonplace exerts his spell." - Anthony Boucher, The New York Times Book Review "No one has ever surpassed Cornell Woolrich for shear suspense, or equalled him for exciting entertainment." - Robert Bloch "Woolrich can distill more terror, more excitement, more downright nail-biting suspense out of even the most commonplace happenings than nearly all his competitors." - Ellery Queen "An opus out of the ordinary, highly emotional and suspenseful, with a surprise finish that turns somersaults." - The Saturday Review of Literature on "The Bride Wore Black". "Revered by mystery fans, students of film noir, and lovers of hardboiled crime fiction and detective novels, Cornell Woolrich remains almost unknown to the general reading public. His obscurity persists even though his Hollywood pedigree rivals or exceeds that of Cain, Chandler, and Hammett. What Woolrich lacked in literary prestige he made up for in suspense. Nobody was better at it." - Richard Dooling "He was the greatest writer of suspense fiction that ever lived." - Francis M. Nevins, Cornell Woolrich Biographer "Walls That Hear You" was first published in Detective Fiction Weekly on August 13, 1934. The magazine can probably be credited for launching the career of the greatest writer of
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