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The silence of the lambs by Thomas Harris (1988)

The silence of the lambs by Thomas Harris (1988)
Library Journal: In this intelligent, fast-paced thrillerwhich is also brutal and gruesomeagent Clarice Starling ofthe FBI's behavioral science section is assigned to conduct a psychological profile of Hannibal Lecter, a psychiatrist imprisoned for serial murder. Uncooperative at first, Lecter then says he can help identify a serial killer who has eluded authorities for months. Lecter's aid proves invaluable, and Starling soon finds herself using one madman to catch another. Harris ( Black Sunday, 1975; Red Dragon , 1981) has written a story, although not for the squeamish, that is hard to put down. Lonnie Beene, West Texas State Univ. Lib., Caynon
 
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