Windows rattle in their grooves a low thudded threat to let the winter in.
When she lived, my wife said I looked bookish. I never liked that word.
The storytelling in The Witching Hour is long-winded and suffers because of it.
You wonder what it is. It lacks geography, has the substance of dream,
“I am going to put death in all their food and watch them die.”
The Rendezvous and Other Stories is a an uneven collection of Daphne du Maurier’s short stories