The Postcard Killers
Paris is stunning in the summerNYPD detective Jacob Kanon is on a tour of Europe's most gorgeous cities.
Street Dreams (Kellerman, Faye)
While on routine patrol, LAPD Officer CindyDecker rescues a newborn abandoned in an alley dumpster. But she can't call it a night
In the Nevada desert, an experiment has gone horribly wrong. A cloud of nanoparticles—micro-robots—has escaped from the lab
The sudden, tragic death of her husband leaves Caroline Evans alone in New York City to raise her children with little money and e
The Key to Midnight
A haunting nightmare is the key to one woman's mysterious past in the spine-tingling novel from #1 New York Times best
An acclaimed master of suspense creates a heroine you will never forget in this superbly chilling novel of a woman who begins a de
A single phone call can change a man's life…or possibly end it. Colin Farrell delivers a captivating, off-the-hook performance a
Fight Club (Two-Disc Collector's Edition)
"'Fight Club' pulls you in, challenges your prejudices, rocks your world and leaves you laughing" (Rolling Stone). Brad Pitt ("12
Calling this 1996 science fiction thriller "a glorified B movie," isn't a criticism. Writer-director David Twohy managed to get in
Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz, Penelope Cruz. Cameron Crowe's thrilling remake of Open Your Eyes , a sexy psychological tale of wealth,
12 Monkeys (Special Edition)
Inspired by Chris Marker's acclaimed short film La Jetée (which is included on the DVD Short 2: Dreams), 12 Monkeys combines int
Book reviews - Manhattan Love Song
Manhattan Love Song
Author: Cornell Woolrich
"Nothing beats a tale of fatalistic dread by the supreme master of suspense, Cornell Woolrich. His novels and hundreds of short stories define the essence of noir nihilism."-Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review
The father of modern noir first wanted to be the second F. Scott Fitzgerald. This 1932 novel brilliantly showcases Cornell Woolrich's transition from modernist to pulp master, as the reader follows a young Manhattan couples' tragic fall from grace.
Cornell Woolrich reinvented suspense fiction for the twentieth century. For four decades hundreds of his stories appeared in popular American pulp magazines while motion picture directors as varied as Hitchcock and Truffaut memorably translated his work into such classic suspense films as Rear Window and The Bride Wore Black. He died, alone in a Manhattan hotel room, in 1968.