NIGHT MAN by

NIGHT MAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another theatric by the authors of Sorry, Wrong Number (1948), this again concentrates on a tightly, tensely wrought situation. Stella believes the new night elevator man in her New York City apartment building is the man who was convicted of killing her mother, at a Virginia beach hotel. Her memories of the summer ten years before, her acknowledgement of demanding love, her recognition of her warped actions -- all lead to hysterical madness and retribution. Nightblooming neuroses.

Pub Date: Feb. 26th, 1951
Publisher: Random House