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My Early Crimes

by Paolo Di Orazio

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A nightmare induced selection by Italy's horror maestro, Paolo Di Orazio. An anthology of ten short stories about children committing their first murder or being a witness to it. Translated and adapted by Michael R. Hudson in English for the first time. Interior spot illustrations by Jamie Chase. Gorgeous cover art is by Stephan Mackey. This book will not let you sleep at night without keeping the lights on and it may even have you cross the street when you see children playing on the sidewalk.… (more)
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A nightmare induced selection by Italy's horror maestro, Paolo Di Orazio. An anthology of ten short stories about children committing their first murder or being a witness to it. Translated and adapted by Michael R. Hudson in English for the first time. Interior spot illustrations by Jamie Chase. Gorgeous cover art is by Stephan Mackey. This book will not let you sleep at night without keeping the lights on and it may even have you cross the street when you see children playing on the sidewalk.

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