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THE MAN WHO COULD WORK MIRACLES - THE SUPERNATURAL TALES OF H.G. WELLS by H.G. & Brian Stableford (introduction) Wells
DEAD MAN BLUES. by Cornell Woolrich, writing as William Irish.
TWELVE (12) STORIES FOR LATE AT NIGHT: The Man Who Liked Dickens; Death is a Dream; The Whole Town's Sleeping; Evening Primrose; The Cocoon; Vintage Season; The Ash Tree; Side Bet; Second Night Out; Our Feathered Friends by Alfred (Evelyn Waugh; Robert Arthur; Ray Bradbury; John Collier; John B. L. Goodwin; C. L. Moore; M. R. James; Will F. Jenkins; Frank Belknap Long; Philip MacDonald; Gouverneur Morris; Robert Trout) Hitchcock
Partisan Review: July - August 1950, Vol. 17 #6 (Crossing Paris, The Erotic Myth of America, Politics and French Intellectuals, Either/Or: Religion and Communism, Poems, and Reviews) (XVII) by Marcel Ayme
Journey Into Fear by Eric Ambler
In dark places by John Russell
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About meEscape and Suspense! Vintage Radio
About my librarySuspense adapted a number of works from Cornell Woolrich and other prominent writers of mystery, noir, and adventure. Escape based most of their episodes on classic short stories and novels.
Real nameChristine Miller
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