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In his latest Edgar Allan Poe mashup, Edgar Allan Pole buries bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell in a dingy Chicago basement. "The thousand injuries of Malcolm Gladwell I had borne as best I could; but when he ventured upon insult, I vowed revenge," the narrator writes. "I had reached my tipping point."
ebook, 10 pages
Published November 16th 2012 by EvilReads
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Dec 10, 2012 Marci Chambers Smith rated it really liked it
Another fun and witty take on EAP. Shaffer has a wit about him that is mesmerizing. Very clever take on Amontillado. Favorite line: "I was skillful in mustards myself, and bought largely whenever I could."
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