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The Last of Philip Banter (1947)
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The 1947 cult classic from acclaimed crime writer John Franklin Bardin, now available for the first time in eBook edition. Philip Banter is a little too fond of drink, and his marriage isn't what it should be. He's also troubled by a penchant for forgetting. That doesn't mean he's losing his mind. Then Philip finds a manuscript entitled "Confession" in his office. He reads about a surprise dinner party his wife held, of the conversation that took place, and -to his horror-of his own infidelity. But the "confession" turns out to be a prophecy, accurate in almost every detail. Is he the victim of a conspiracy to drive him mad, or did he type the manuscript himself? As the "confession" grows lengthier and more destructive, can he find the willpower to resist its terrifying inevitability?
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