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June 27, 2010


Michael Hoskin

Chris Lembesis & Randy Eidemiller's book identifies William Spier as the adaptor.


Thanks, that's good to know. Martin Grams' book on Suspense identifies Spiers as well. Woolrich, most likely, did not do it himself, but I do think it is interesting that he liked Suspense's version so much! --Christine

M. R.

A small correction: the author of the book on Mr. Woolrich is Francis m. Nevins, not Nevans. I don't mean to be pedantic, but in case anyone besides myself wants to read this book, it makes a difference.

Christine Miller

Hi M.R.

Thanks for the correction. Sorry that spelling mistake happened. I have read Mr. Nevins book, so I should have caught that. Hope you enjoy it, too.



Hello, Christine. Thank you for taking my correction well. I mentioned it only because I was looking for the book and noticed the difference.
"Suspense!" has led me to many books, short stories and authors I hadn't head of previously. I've become a Cornell Woolrich fan thanks to "Suspense!" I bought a collection of crime novels just to get a Woolrich story, and I was led to other interesting works.
Happy holidays to you!

Christine Miller

Happy holidays to you, too!


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