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Puppets by Daniel Hecht
Full of Questions
on Friday, December 14, 2012
Yulia showcases her favorite mystery novel of all time: Daniel Hecht's Puppets, the prequel to Skull Session, and a grossly underrated tale about a serial killer who hangs his victims like marionettes on the wall... and it has some stuff about illegal government experiments, too.
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