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Old 01-08-2013, 11:07 PM   #19
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The Blake Couch recommendation reminds me of the a Blake Couch/Jack Kilborn three chapter short novella which was one of the first books I read on my Kindle, Serial. Each author separately wrote the first two chapters and joined forces for the third. The ending was totally unexpected. It was free when I picked it up and it appears to be just $0.99 now.
Serial Killers Uncut is well worth the price, it's alot of short stories that tie in their other works, and in fact tell you which book to read before and/or after to keep the time line. It's quite nice as they are both fantastic authors.
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