‘Never Kick a Dick’

From the San Francisco Chronicle, Long-Lost Cornell Woolrich story republished:

A long-lost Cornell Woolrich story, with a rhyming title that seems destined to become a catch-phrase, is being published this week.

The Strand Magazine will reintroduce a short thriller by the author whose fiction was the source for such classic films as Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rear Window” and Francois Truffaut’s “The Bride Wore Black.” The name of the new piece features the common slang for “detective” in the 1930s: “Never Kick a Dick.”

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