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Nevermore

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Nevermore (ISBN10: 0671798561; ISBN13: 9780671798567)
ISBN13: 978-0671798567
ISBN10: 0671798561
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group
Published: 01/28/2000
International: No

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2000 Paperback Grade: C Catalog: Fiction General Synopsis: 465 pages. A literary critic known for his scathing pen, Edgar Allan Poe is a young struggling writer, plagued by dreadful ruminations and ...show morehorrific vi... ...show less
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January 2000 Mass Market Paperback First Printing Good First Printing, 2000. No spine creases, moderate wear & sticker tear on back cover. Lightly aged pages, no writing or marks in text. "From Publ ...show moreishers Weekly: Young Edgar Allan Poe is the neurasthenic narrator of Schechter's period crime drama, and he recounts the legendary author's brush with real-life homicide as one of Poe's own protagonists would with morbid, scientific rapture. A struggling journalist in Baltimore in 1834, Poe trounces the autobiography of frontiersman Davy Crockett in a scathing review. Crockett seeks out Poe with a mind to learn him some manners and extract an apology. Instead, the odd couple become embroiled in a series of gruesome murders, and Poe pursues a phantasmal woman who appears fleetingly at each murder scene and is apparently linked to his mystery-shrouded past. The author of several true-crime studies (Deviant, etc. ), Schechter has plenty of blood-spattered material from which to draw his descriptions. Allusions to ...show less
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2000-01-01 Mass Market Paperback Very Good Mass market (rack) paperback. Glued binding. 480 p.
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