For novels from Woolrich, I'd recommend The Phantom Lady but
my favorite Woolrich book is not a novel and was published
after his death. It's called Nightwebs and is a collection of
some of his great pulp stories edited by Francis M. Nevins,
Jr. It also has a Cornell Woolrich checklist.
>From: "Paul J. Giguere" < email@example.com>
>Subject: RARA-AVIS: Essential Woolrich and Goodis?
>Date: Mon, Apr 24, 2000, 5:11 AM
> As I begin to move from the classic writers of the
genre (Hammett, Cain,
> Chandler, etc.) I keep seeing mention of Woolrich and Goodis. I'm wondering
> if someone could list a few of the essential novels by these two writers?
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