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Detective Hal Warner thought he had pretty much seen it all, until he received an odd, but deadly poem. The person writing the prose foretold the murders he was going to commit. Hal at first thought it was a joke, but then the first gruesome murder happened. He and his partner, Janie Platt, had never seen anything like it. The killer was not only sadistic, but he was also Detective Hal Warner thought he had pretty much seen it all, until he received an odd, but deadly poem. The person writing the prose foretold the murders he was going to commit. Hal at first thought it was a joke, but then the first gruesome murder happened. He and his partner, Janie Platt, had never seen anything like it. The killer was not only sadistic, but he was also very meticulous. He never left a clue. Every time Hal received a new poem in his desk in-box warning of another murder, the killer would make good on his claim. Hal did everything he could to draw the murderer out, but was thwarted at every step. Each murder out does the previous one in its gruesomeness. The killer becomes more and more bold, taunting Hal the whole way. The tension and drama continues to build until it reaches it's final, surprising climax.

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Detective Hal Warner thought he had pretty much seen it all, until he received an odd, but deadly poem. The person writing the prose foretold the murders he was going to commit. Hal at first thought it was a joke, but then the first gruesome murder happened. He and his partner, Janie Platt, had never seen anything like it. The killer was not only sadistic, but he was also Detective Hal Warner thought he had pretty much seen it all, until he received an odd, but deadly poem. The person writing the prose foretold the murders he was going to commit. Hal at first thought it was a joke, but then the first gruesome murder happened. He and his partner, Janie Platt, had never seen anything like it. The killer was not only sadistic, but he was also very meticulous. He never left a clue. Every time Hal received a new poem in his desk in-box warning of another murder, the killer would make good on his claim. Hal did everything he could to draw the murderer out, but was thwarted at every step. Each murder out does the previous one in its gruesomeness. The killer becomes more and more bold, taunting Hal the whole way. The tension and drama continues to build until it reaches it's final, surprising climax.

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