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The Dead Letters by Tom Piccirilli
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Feb 19, 2007

it was amazing
bookshelves: horror, awardwinners, bramstokeraward
Read in February, 2007

Whew - this is a compelling horror novel. I couldn't put it down. The author writes in the "literary" horror genre - not the blood 'n guts - shock 'em 'til you drop style, but a more subtle, thematic, and lyrical type of horror.

Eddie Whitt is on a mission to find his daughter's killer. Five years ago, his little girl was the first victim of a serial child murderer. Since then, his one true obsession has been to find the man who obliterated his life and kill him. Killjoy, the murderer, has stopped smothering children and is now kidnapping abused infants and delivering them into the arms of the parents whose children he murdered years before.

Highly recommended for those who enjoy the genre.
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