Daphne Du Maurier is one of my favorite authors. Her prose is always elegant. Unfortunately her shorter novels have a tendency to clash with her style; characterizations are not well-developed, the outcome somewhat forced. This is generally true also with this collection of short novels written by Du Maurier late in her career. "Don't Look Now" and "Not After Midnight" are the better of the bunch, but none are enthralling ... certainly not when compared to her best short novel "The Birds" (yes, the story from which the film is loosely based on).
Bottom line: go for the author's novels (eg, "The Scapegoat" or "Rebecca") instead of these stories. Still, this book is overall a satisfactory read.