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Butchers Dozen Audio Cassette – Abridged, Jun 1 2002

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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.