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Francis M. Nevins describes the 11 crime novels written in the 1940s by Cornell Woolrich as "the finest group of suspense novels ever written." Before he became famous for classics such as Deadline at Dawn, Woolrich was already developing his themes in sharply observed stories of romance and mischief. Here, collected for the first time, are 15 page-turners by a master craftsman. With an Introduction and notes by two-time Edgar-winner Nevins.Biografía del autor:
The Author. During the 1940s, Cornell Woolrich (1903-1968) wrote eleven novels that, according to Francis M. Nevins in his Introduction, “are unsurpassable classics in the poetry of terror . . . [and] make up the finest group of suspense novels ever written.” Woolrich, whose early Jazz Age novels were published in his twenties, also produced many romantic short stories that foreshadow some of the themes of his later work. Notes Nevins: “Woolrich’s world is a feverish place where the prevailing emotions are loneli¬ness and fear. . . .” The Editor. Francis M. Nevins has won two Edgar awards from the Mystery Writers of America for his scholarly work on Cornell Woolrich and Ellery Queen. By training a lawyer, he has written many essays on the nexus between fiction and the law. But to readers of Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, Mr. Nevins is perhaps best known as the author of dozens of classic detective stories, many of them collected in Night Forms (2010). Two of his Milo Turner mystery novels are due to be reissued in 2012.
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Buchbeschreibung Perfect Crime Books, 2011. Zustand: New. book. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers M1935797352
Buchbeschreibung Perfect Crime Books, 2011. Paperback. Zustand: New. Never used!. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers P111935797352