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Old 10-31-2012, 05:33 AM   #94
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This latest edition of the eclectic magazine features short fiction, reportage, paintings and photographs. Highlights include Stephen King's short story The Dune and a spooky tale by Don DeLillo set in Manhattan. The collection vividly confirms the fact that what may horrify comes in many guises.
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After assassinating Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth led Union cavalry and the nation's foremost detectives on a twelve-day chase, recounted in James L. Swanson's thrilling work of history. A gripping hour-by-hour account of intrigue and betrayal, readers will be surprised by how close Booth came to evading capture and justice.
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This masterful and gripping debut thriller begins with the bizarre assassination of mathematician James Fenster on the eve of his speech for the World Trade Organization. The murder trail leads veteran Interpol agent Henri Poincaré on a high-stakes, world-crossing quest for answers with his chain-smoking, bon vivant colleague Serge Laurent.
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Twelve-year-old Florence has been freed from a grim London orphanage by her great uncle and aunt, who live in Crutchfield Hall. But the old manor house in the English countryside is haunted by the ghost of Florence's cousin, Sophia, who works to draw Florence into an otherworldly and murderous plan.
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