Woman in the Dark      by Dashiell Hammett

On a dark night a young woman seeks refuge at an isolated house. She is hurt and frightened. The man and woman who live there take her in. But their decency is utterly unequipped to deal with the Woman in the Dark, or with the designs of men who want her.

First published in installments in Liberty magazine and rediscovered after many years, Woman in the Dark shows Dashiell Hammett at the peak of his narrative powers.

Year First Published:1933

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