NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES by George Hopley

NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Overexpanded -- but with elements of originality -- more psychological thriller than straight mystery. The story of prophecy coming true and affecting the destiny of one Harlan Reid, first a disbeliever, then a scared accepter as his daughter is saved from suicide. She tells her rescuer the story of her father's haunting and dis-integration and the police organize procedure to protect her father from the death fore- told for him -- only to fall at the end. For all its defects, repetition, forcing, a spot job of double audience appeal (mystery cum psychical research).

Pub Date: Nov. 21st, 1945
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart