Die Softly - Christopher Pike Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340580003 / Author: Christopher Pike / Genre: Crime / Thriller / An automatic camera secretly rigged up in a girl's shower room leaves nothing to the imagination where murder is concerned. Herb bent over the negatives. He was in a position to see exactly what there was ... more
Die Softly - Christopher Pike ... to see. Oh, God. Herb almost fainted. Herb is a nobody, with a passion for taking pictures. He takes photos of cheerleaders in the school showers. But he also catches a murderer on film. A murderer who knows his secret... Another terrifying read from the master of horror.
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Pages: 240, Edition: 1st Uk Paperback Edition, Paperback, Hodder ...
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