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Preview — Manhattan Love Song by Cornell Woolrich
Manhattan Love Song
"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
The father of modern noir first wanted to be the second F. Scott Fitzgerald. This 1932 novel brilliantly showcases Cornell Woolrich's transition from mode...more
Woolrich is probably the best example of a noir writer who was decidedly NOT a hard-boiled writer. Those two terms tend to get confla ...more