Bullet by Christopher J. Pumphrey

By Christopher J. Pumphrey

BULLET revisits the final days of the twentieth century international authors who've dedicated suicide. occasionally maniacal, occasionally spiraling, occasionally serene -- the psyches of these reason to finish their very own lives make for masterful fiction and suspense. even though every one author's destiny is understood, the desirable strength in their resurrection as characters is compelling and the pages flip in darkish delight.

Twelve are selected: Ernest Hemingway, Hunter S. Thompson, Jack London, David Foster Wallace, Blake Blitzker, Primo Levi, Amy Vanderbilt, Virginia Woolfe, Yasanuri Kawabata, Robert E. Howard, Sylvia Plath, and Jerzy Kosinski.

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