THE DAY HE DIES by Lewis Padgett

THE DAY HE DIES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Suspense which is superior (possibly spurious) in the terrorization of Caroline, who slept behind locked doors and on barbiturates, who found plagiarized inserts in her manuscripts, who was watched- invisibly, followed, and drawn into several murders. Of the man she had married, and the two men who loved her, of spiritism, narcotics, easy money, all providing a study in evil for more extravagant tastes. Holding, in any case.

Pub Date: Aug. 29th, 1947
Publisher: Duell, Sloan & Pearce