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Publisher's Summary

Three never before published novellas from some of our very best crime writers, compiled and edited by Ed McBain. Keller's Adjustment by Lawrence Block
Keller, everyone's favorite hit man, is back, dealing out philosophy and murder on a meandering road trip across America.
The Ransome Women by John Farris
A young and beautiful artist is flattered when her idol, the reclusive portraitist John Ransome, offers her a modeling contract. Flattery turns to terror when she discovers the fate shared by Ransome's past subjects.
The Things They Left Behind by Stephen King
In the wake of the worst disaster on American soil, one man is coming to terms with the aftermath of the Twin Towers when he begins finding the things they left behind.
Keep your eye out for more novellas from Transgressions, coming soon to Audible.
©2005 Hui Corporation (P)2005 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers, LLC
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2 out of 5 stars
By Christine Carey on 02-14-09

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The characters in the first story turned me off, so I skipped to the second, which was was about an artist whose models were all brutally attacked after they finished posing for him. It was predictable and the characters were stereotypes (NYC cop, Irish Catholic girlfriend, gay art critic, emo artist, creepy artist's sidekick), but it held my attention for a little while. The third and final story was Stephen King's, "Things They Left Behind" about ghosts of the victims of the Sept. 11th attacks. Normally I love his short stories, but this one really fell flat.

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2 out of 5 stars
By J Wirth on 05-27-16

Disappointing

Tedious stories, unimpressive plots. Only saving grace was the narrator - great voice. Difficult to finish.

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