So the other day, I found myself dropping off a bunch of books into one of those book donation kiosks and stumbled upon it, on the inside flap of the Grosset & Dunlap edition of "The Postman Always Rings Twice":
"Mr Cain has written the most engrossingly unlaydownable book that I have any memory of . . . it is so continuously exciting that if you can put it down before you've finished it, you are not the reader I think you are, and you and I have nothing in common."- Franklin P. Adams
I think he liked it.
And what he said.