Red Dragon (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Jan 6, 2009 - Fiction - 464 pages
23 Reviews
Will Graham stands in a silent, empty house communing with a killer. An FBI instructor with a gift for hunting madmen, Graham knows what his murderer looks like, how he thinks, and what he did to his victims after they died. Now Graham must try to catch him. But to do it, he must feel the heat of a killer's brain, draw on the macabre advice of a dangerous mental patient, Dr. Hannibal Lecter, and follow a trail of microscopic clues to the place where another family has already been chosen to die--and where an innocent woman has found the Dragon first.
  

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Review: Red Dragon (Hannibal Lecter #1)

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Insane. And that's exactly why I loved it. Off to the next one. Read full review

Review: Red Dragon (Hannibal Lecter #1)

User Review  - Jishnu - Goodreads

Hannibal is one of the character's I have always admired on screen. Anthony Hopkins showcased epitome of acting in the films, silence of the lambs and then later on in the Red Dragon although he doesn ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
11
Chapter 3
26
Chapter 4
42
Chapter 5
47
Chapter 6
57
Chapter 7
73
Chapter 8
85
Chapter 29
283
Chapter 30
288
Chapter 31
292
Chapter 32
304
Chapter 33
312
Chapter 34
315
Chapter 35
317
Chapter 36
338

Chapter 9
88
Chapter 10
96
Chapter 11
111
Chapter 12
120
Chapter 13
130
Chapter 14
140
Chapter 15
158
Chapter 16
172
Chapter 17
187
Chapter 18
196
Chapter 19
204
Chapter 20
208
Chapter 21
219
Chapter 22
222
Chapter 23
227
Chapter 24
234
Chapter 25
244
Chapter 26
253
Chapter 27
258
Chapter 28
273
Chapter 37
349
Chapter 38
354
Chapter 39
362
Chapter 40
365
Chapter 41
368
Chapter 42
378
Chapter 43
388
Chapter 44
390
Chapter 45
396
Chapter 46
398
Chapter 47
406
Chapter 48
409
Chapter 49
413
Chapter 50
416
Chapter 51
423
Chapter 52
426
Chapter 53
429
Chapter 54
434
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About the author (2009)

The late Thomas Harris was a Navy psychiatrist and a professor at the University of Arkansas. He practiced psychiatry in Sacramento, California and directed the Transactional Analysis Association.

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