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Max Allan Collins - NEW YORK TIMES BEST-SELLING author Max is a prolific American mystery writer who has been called "mystery's Renaissance man". He has written novels, screenplays, comic books, comic strips, trading cards, short stories, movies and historical fiction. He wrote the graphic novel Road to Perdition (which was developed into a film in 2002). He has also written two novel sequels to Road to Perdition - Road to Purgatory and Road to Paradise. He has also served as the creative consultant for a number of major productions, and has written books and comics based on the TV series franchise CSI. More recently, he has written a book, Buried Deep, based on the TV Series Bones. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
My second read of the Ness series April 14 2012
By T. J. Reilly - Published on Amazon.com
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"Dark City" was lacking in a sizzle I usually associate with the Heller series. "Butcher's Dozen" has the sizzle. The steps taken to end the career of a killer of people we call homeless today kept my attention. Half way through the book I realized that the major difference between the Heller and Ness books lies in the absence of humor or sarcasm in Ness and the unbridled irreverence of Heller, who, as a fictional character, isn't burdened by any factual limits on his personality.
Four Stars Nov. 8 2014
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It was a easy book to read and had the ability to keep you guessing


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