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A book by Jack Kerley.

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  • Jul 3, 2010
Think of Charles Manson and his gang with their murders. This group's actions have influenced the author.
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The author states on his web site that when he was in high school, Charles Manson and his gang were  on their rampage and this effected his writing.
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Author: Jack Kerley
Genre: Mystery & Thrillers
Publisher: Dutton Adult
Date Published: 06-03-04,
Format: Hard Cover
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