"The Fruit At The Bottom Of The Bowl" by Ray Bradbury, in The Golden Apples of the Sun. (1948)
I think most people tend to remember Bradbury for his inspiring go-to-space stories, and forget that he learned his chops on horror. There is psychological horror in this little masterpiece, but it is first and foremost a crime story. In fact, it appeared first in Detective Book Magazine and was reprinted five years later in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (under the cutesy title "Touch and Go." Shame on you, Frederick Dannay.).
The protagonist has just gone to another man's home where they had an argument about a woman, and the home owner gets killed. The protagonist can get away with murder - if he is sure that he doesn't leave any fingerprints behind. And soon we are in territory that would be quite familiar to Edgar Allan Poe.
The last paragraph is worth the price of the book.