Cornell Woolrich

Cornell  Woolrich

Cornell Woolrich is largely recognized as the greatest pure suspense novelist of the twentieth century. Rear Window, The Bride Wore Black, The Night Has a Thousand Eyes, and I Married a Dead Man are just a few of Woolrich's iconic works and short tales (several of which have been made into classic films). Woolrich began writing in the 1920s with novels that earned him comparisons to F. Scott Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald, Scott.