Angels of Darkness by Cornell Woolrich (as George Hopley)

By Cornell Woolrich (as George Hopley)

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This didn't seem a bit like her; she wondered what had come over her. " she gloated. The manager unlocked a door on the second floor. "It's real nice in the daytime," she said. " asked Prudence, noting its locked doors. " The woman took out a key, opened it unsuspectingly for her approval. " "And some of them are real good too," agreed the landlady. "I don't know how they do it, on just a hat check girl's tips. " "Hm-m-m," said Prudence absently, deftly edging a silver slipper she noted standing on the floor up against one of another pair, with the tip of her own foot.

Or at least it seemed so in the preternatural stillness that reigned about the place. They both held their breaths for a wary moment, as if by mutual understanding. Then as Prudence moved in still closer under the window, a faint sibilance came down to her from the narrow opening. "Please take me away from here.

I'll pay the fine for you out of my own pocket, so you can go ahead using the library meanwhile. I think it's likely this was done by one of the former borrowers, ahead of you. " The poor woman actually tried to take hold of her hand to kiss it. Prudence hastily withdrew it, marked the fine paid, and returned the card to her. "And I suggest you try to read something a little more worth while in future," she couldn't help adding. She didn't discover the additional damage until she had gone upstairs with the book, when she was relieved for lunch.

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