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The Serialist (Paperback)

Author:  David Gordon
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1439158487
ISBN-13: 9781439158487
Sku: 211433642
Publish Date: 3/9/2010
Pages:  335
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In this stylish literary page-turner, a writer is forced to play detective when a serial killer hires him to tell his story--and three women turn up dead.
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Hired by a death-row inmate known as the Photo Killer to write the latter's memoir, self-deprecating author Harry Bloch is forced to play detective when three young women are murdered in the style of the convicted man, a case that renders him both a suspect and target. Original.
Harry Bloch will do basically whatever-he'll write porn, SF novels, urban detective stories, vampire tales, and even high school final papers. A writer's got to earn a living, after all. So naturally he says yes when a death-row inmate known as the Photo Killer asks Harry to ghostwrite his self-aggrandizingly pornographic memoir. But when three women connected to the Photo Killer are found dead, Harry--whose concern for his own safety never drowns his bitter sense of humor--becomes a prime suspect. As his life turns into a story he might write, Harry struggles to get to the bottom of these disturbingly exact copy-cat murders.


"A seedy freelance writer provides the wry narrative voice for Gordon's winning debut, a starkly humorous thriller." 01/18/2010

"Seldom has a serial-killer story been as richly textured and laugh-out-loudn funny as this one. Sure to be among the most unusual and appealing of this year's debut thrillers." (starred review) - Michele Leber 02/15/2010

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