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New York Times and USA Today bestseller Michael Prescott, author of COLD AROUND THE HEART, FINAL SINS, and other thrillers, presents a collection of seventeen stories that run the gamut from mystery and suspense to horror, fantasy, and science-fiction. Many have never been published before. The stories include "Stalkerama," an Abby Sinclair adventure; "Rite of Passage," about a son who suspects his father of a terrible crime; "Long Goat," a tale of voodoo in Los Angeles; "Voivode," a search for the real Dracula; and the title story, "Steel Trap," about forbidden love in the red-light district of a future Singapore.

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ISBN: 9781301560295
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