DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY, August 4, 1934, first Cornell Woolrich crime story

The cover story is a sequel to Judson P. Philips’ first Park Avenue Hunt Club yarn, but this issue’s standout is “Death Sits in the Dentist’s Chair,” the first mystery written by pulp fiction’s master of suspense, Cornell Woolrich. It’s not one of his best but has recognizable characteristics of his later work. Truly a landmark issue. Condition: VG Plus. A few small closed tears and a couple of tiny chips, otherwise a nice copy with complete spine and lightly but evenly yellowed text block.

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