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Kackerlacka Part One

John Hellgren

Publisher: John Hellgren

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Nice day to be alive. Nice day to kill. 

 
Do you think you would sense your impending death? A psychic premonition a few moments before your killer's axe crunches its way through the back of your skull?
 
We can’t ask the victims can we? Robert didn’t see it coming—he was too interested in the cement mixer.

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