Death Sits in the Dentist's Chair (1934)

Cornell Woolrich

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Taut suspense and vivid local color — New York City during the Depression — compensate for transparent mystery when a man investigates the death of a patient in his dentist friend's chair. Woolrich's first published suspense story. *** Brian Martin
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