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Black River Falls

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Who would want to kill a beautiful young woman like Alison...and why? But whatever happened, nineteen-year-old Ben swore that he would protect her. It hadn't been easy for Ben--the boy the other kids always picked on. But then Ben found Alison and at last things were going his way...

Until one day he learned a secret so ugly that his entire life was changed forever. A secre...more
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Published by Leisure Books (first published 1996)
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This was a very solid thriller from the much missed leisure publishers. Ed Gorman's writing style reminds me a lot of Richard Laymon sans T&A and horny teens and all that other gloriously Laymon trademarks, the writing style itself though, the sparseness of the prose, the pacing, very easy and quick and accesible read. Also, one has to admire the author who's not afraid to kill off major characters mid story to advance the plot. I've read Gorman before ages ago and liked him then and he stil...more
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Edward Joseph Gorman was born somewhere in the U.S. in 1941. He spent 20 years in the advertising industry before leaving to write full-time in 1984. Since then, he has been incredibly prolific, averaging 2-3 novels a year in addition to many short stories, editing anthologies, and founding and editing Mystery Scene, the new magazine of the mystery field. He has written in many genres, particularl...more
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