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This book is a crazy wild ride into the life of Michael Biancho. Michael is a stockbroker and partner at an up and coming firm on Wall St. After an invite to a firm function at a mansion/cabin in the middle of the woods a series of things start to happen. One by one the people who came up for a fun weekend start to die violently. This book is GRAPHIC  but it is sexy and funny. You will be hard pressed to figure it out until you get to the final page......

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