Re: RARA-AVIS: Disturbing Novels

Date: 29 Jun 2008

T. Jefferson Parker's WHERE SERPENTS LIE has first person chapters from the point of view of a child molester. iiiiiiickyyyy

Thomas Harris' THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS is far more powerful on the page than it is on film

just about all of Jason Starr's big city noirs are disturbing because they're so relatable and claustrophobic

TOPPING FROM BELOW by Laura Reese is about sexual depravity and revenge

John Lau

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