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Hollow Girl - Mr Twitch - cover

Hollow Girl - Mr Twitch

Luke Cooper

Publisher: Markosia Enterprises Ltd

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Summary

In MR TWITCH, Hollow Girl tries to find her lost humanity as she reflects on her past, including the dark night that made her what she is, how she learned to shoot and her first kill. Also in the book are three short stories set early in Hollow Girl's career, including the one that started it all and another that introduces an important character in Hollow Girl's world.

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