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Eye for Eye/The Tunesmith (Science Fiction Double, #27)
Mick Winger is only seventeen and already he's killed over a dozen people. Not on purpose; he never meant to hurt anyone. But when Mick gets angry, people die, even the people he loves the most. Now h…
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