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A Twist at The End
A Twist at The End
Author: Steven Saylor
Austin, Texas, in 1885 is a place of dust and dreams, quick riches, and wild desires. But "the Servant girl Annihilators" are also making it a city of fear. The first victim, a mulatto housekeeper, is torn from her bed and murdered. Six more women will die, including pretty blond Eula Phillips, who is bank clerk's Will Porter's lover. Over a dec...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780312980665
ISBN-10: 0312980663
Publication Date: 12/9/2001
Pages: 576
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Minotaur
Book Type: Paperback
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Nora avatar reviewed A Twist at The End on + 130 more book reviews
1885 Texas, 7 women are killed,including Will Porters lover. Ten years later finds Will living in New York as O. Henry who can't escape his memeries or blackmail letters inviting him to return to Texas to discover a path to his own tormented mind.
talbot73 avatar reviewed A Twist at The End on + 22 more book reviews
This is my first Saylor book and I think he is a brilliant writer!
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From the back cover - "Steven Saylor...blends real-life characters and meticulous historical research into a chilling fictional narrative about America's first recorded serial killings and one of [America's] most celebrated short story writers, O. Henry. And just like O. Henry's famous denouements, [this] novel promises to deliver 'A Twist At the End'."


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