The artwork is better than the story, which is credited to EC publisher Bill Gaines and editor Al Feldstein. It was probably swiped from another story, because Gaines considered stories he read to be “springboards” for EC stories. “Death’s Double Cross” uses an old plot of identical twins; the female is married to one, but loves the other. At least Wood put his skills into the artwork. Something I like about the story is the enigmatic ending; I don’t need to have a denouement dropped into my lap. Sometimes it is fun just to attach my own ending to a mystery. I’d share it if I had actually thought of one.
From Crime SuspenStories #1 (1950):