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The Players and the Game by Julian Symons
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The Players and the Game (1972)

by Julian Symons

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Compelling, slightly dreadful, with rich characterization and lots of plot movement. Symons is fast becoming one of my personal favorites for thrillers, along with Gillian Flynn, Jack Kerley, and the Straw Men series by Michael Marshall. Appeals to British crime devotees, horror fans, and serious readers slumming.
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Kreivi Dracula kohtaa Bonnie Parkerin.
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Murder most foul fores
A slasher flick's 'who's it' schtick.
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'Count Dracula meets Bonnie Parker. What will they do together? The vampire you'd hate to love, sinister and debonair, sinks those eye teeth into Bonnie's succulent throat.' Is this the beginning of a sadistic relationship or simply an extract from a psychopath's diary? Either way it marks the beginning of a dangerous game that is destined to end in chilling terror and bloody murder.

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?Count Dracula meets Bonnie Parker. What will they do together? The vampire you?d hate to love, sinister and debonair, sinks those eye teeth into Bonnie?s succulent throat.? Is this the beginning of a sadistic relationship or simply an extract from a psychopath?s diary? Either way it marks the beginning of a dangerous game that is destined to end in chilling terror and bloody murder.… (more)

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