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alecbussott added a title to their For later shelf Sep 19 2020
THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Feed your fears with this terrifying classic that introduced cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter. FBI agent Will Graham once risked his sanity to capture Hannibal Lecter, an ingenious killer like no other....
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alecbussott added a title to their For later shelf Aug 31 2020
Surveys a decade of murder and violent crime in early twentieth-century New York, drawing on photos, medical records, police reports, testimonies, and period analysis to explore how crime in the 1910s impacted the lives of ordinary citizens.
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alecbussott made a comment Aug 25 2020
"What Shakespeare is known for, and that is a shame. Not a bad story, by any means, but read Othello instead. It has the same core as Romeo and Juliet, but Othello is much more mature in writing and theme." Permalink
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alecbussott made a comment Aug 25 2020
"A book that just can't stay interesting with a twist that just doesn't pay off." Permalink
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alecbussott made a comment Aug 25 2020
"If Stephen King is going to be remembered for anything, it is going to be for this book. One of the cornerstones of horror fiction and popular culture." Permalink
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