By John Franklin Bardin
The 1947 cult vintage from acclaimed crime author John Franklin Bardin, now to be had for the 1st time in book edition.
Philip Banter is a bit too keen on drink, and his marriage isn't what it's going to be. He's additionally bothered through a penchant for forgetting. That doesn't suggest he's wasting his mind.
Then Philip reveals a manuscript entitled "Confession" in his place of work. He reads a few shock banquet his spouse held, of the dialog that came about, and —to his horror—of his personal infidelity. however the "confession" seems to be a prophecy, exact in virtually each detail.
Is he the sufferer of a conspiracy to force him mad, or did he sort the manuscript himself? because the "confession" grows lengthier and extra harmful, can he locate the determination to withstand its terrifying inevitability?
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The Last of Philip Banter by John Franklin Bardin