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Needful Things by Fraser Clarke Heston
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Needful Things (1993)

by Fraser Clarke Heston

Other authors: Stephen King

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Leland Gaunt, un enigmático extranjero, inaugura la tienda "Cosas necesarias" en el pueblo de CastleRock. Gaunt parece conocer exactamente qué objeto colmará los deseos más íntimos de todo el mundo. Pero hay algo misterioso en ésta tienda, y nadie puede resistirse a su influjo... Una intriga basada en una novela de Stephen King ( )
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A mysterious new store has opened in Castle Rock, Maine, where every item has a nerve-shattering price. The owner is always willing to make a devil of a deal.

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