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The Stranger by Eric James Fullilove

The Stranger (edition 1997)

by Eric James Fullilove

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Title:The Stranger
Authors:Eric James Fullilove
Info:Spectra (1997), Paperback, 256 pages
Collections:Vassmer Paper Media

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The Stranger by Eric James Fullilove



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To my parents, who were amazing: This is ten years too late but better than never.
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I dream of old people gambling, playing baccarat while they die, the perfect glitter of the casino in stark neon contrast to the corruption of their flesh.
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In a troubled future, the search for redemption may carry the stiffest price of all.

A teenage boy is found dead in the Los Angeles city subway with no identity--no prints, no records, nothing on file--an unusual, fatal fugitive from the digital age. Such a crime may prove the perfect opportunity for Jenny Sixa to escape the pampered, empty life she's been leading and go back to one last time to the grisly underworld she can enter only through her telepathy. But this body has no last memories for her to probe, even at the limits of her abilities. Worse, Jenny is becoming haunted by a predator who broadcast his thoughts as he attacks innocent women on the streets. There's nowhere to turn as the next dead teenager is found, and the next, and the next. . .

Is there a link between The Stranger who haunts Jenny's dreams and the dead boys who haunt her days? And will she be able to save one final victim from destruction even as the enormity of the stakes are revealed? For if she fails, all of humanity may pay the price.

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