Woolrich's writing is often an interesting combination of horror and mystery, and this collection contains both elements mixed with more or less success.
The title story is easily the weakest of the lot.
"Graves For the Living" is Poe transplanted into the grim world of pulp crime. Moody and suspenseful.
"I'm Dangerous Tonight" is a marvelous supernatural noir story. The premise--a cursed cloak possesses all who wear it--may seem silly, but the plotting is tight, the atmosphere good, and the hero and heroine likeable and vulnerable.
"The Streets of Jungle Death" is the earliest version of what would become the novel "Black Alibi" and the movie "The Leopard Man." Each of the three versions of this tale about a publicity stunt gone wrong and a killer jaguar terrorizing a city features a different denoument, and all are creepy and very good. Highly recommended.