Author Archives: Jack Campbell, Jr.

Fiction Review: Cornell Woolrich’s The Bride Wore Black

The Bride Wore Black (1940) stands as a landmark achievement in Cornell Woolrich’s writing career. The book launched Woolrich’s most notable decade of work, signaling a significant departure from his earlier novels. Woolrich’s first foray in to hardboiled detective fiction also foreshadowed suspense techniques that modern writers still use. In any type of fiction, the […]
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