Cornell Woolrich (1903-1968) was an American author most famous for his crime fiction. He published his first book in 1926. His first six novels were considered Jazz Age novels in the style of F. Scott Fitzgerald. His crime novels written between 1940 and 1948 are considered his best works, including Waltz into Darkness, The Bride Wore Black and It Had to be Murder, many of which were later adapted into films by directors such as Hitchcock and Truffaut.

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The Bride Wore Black
Women's Wiles (Mystery Writers of America Presents: Classics, #2)
Mystery in Room 913
Rendezvous in Black
Merchants of Menace (Mystery Writers of America Presents: Classics, #5)
Cover Charge
Hot Water
Guns, Gentlemen
Walls That Hear You
Too Nice A Day To Die
Black Alibi
Manhattan Love Song

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Title: The Bride Wore Black, Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: Women's Wiles (Mystery Writers of America Presents: Classics, #2), Author: Michele Slung
Title: Mystery in Room 913, Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: Rendezvous in Black, Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: Merchants of Menace (Mystery Writers of America Presents: Classics, #5), Author: Joan Aiken
Title: Cover Charge, Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: Hot Water, Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: Il nemico alla porta (Il Giallo Mondadori), Author: R. Austin Freeman
Title: Guns, Gentlemen, Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: Sei notti di mistero (Il Giallo Mondadori), Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: Ho sposato un'ombra (Il Giallo Mondadori), Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: Le signore del delitto (Il Giallo Mondadori), Author: Edgar Wallace
Title: Walls That Hear You, Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: Too Nice A Day To Die, Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: Black Alibi, Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: Manhattan Love Song, Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: Delitto in prestito e altre storie (Il Giallo Mondadori), Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: La notte ha mille occhi (Il Giallo Mondadori), Author: Cornell Woolrich
Title: Per l'ultima volta, Kathleen (Il Giallo Mondadori), Author: Cornell Woolrich