|Last Of Philip Banter, the (1947) [Novel]|
by John Franklin Bardin
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Philip Banter is an ad executive whose philandering threatens to tear his marriage apart. One morning when he enters his office he discovers a freshly-typed manuscript by his typewriter, titled “Confession” and bearing his name, that appears to predict in detail what will happen that evening. Because he has no memory of the night before, he has no clue whether he or somebody else wrote it. When the events foretold in the pile of paper begin to come true, and the next morning he wakes up hung over at his desk and another manuscript is lying on his desk right next to him, he fears he is losing his mind.
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Suspense