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Leisure Books, Dec 1, 1997 - Fiction - 10 pages
7 Reviews
He waits in the shadows, a dark and deadly presence. And with each new killing he becomes less human and more vicious. He stands patiently, a wire garrote in his hands, ready to claim another victim. Soon he will have one more to add to his growing list of victims unless they can stop him. But how can they stop him when they don't know who he is? Or what he is?

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User Review  - Stefan Vucak - Goodreads

Wireman is a straightforward story with simple plotting and minimal characterization. What distracts the reader is the pervasiveness of punctuation, spelling and grammar errors; something that ... Read full review

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User Review  - Catie Rhodes - Goodreads

I love crime noir, and Billie Sue Mosiman is a recent discovery. Wireman takes us into the mind of a very evil man. We start with scenes from his abusive childhood and track his budding sociopathic ... Read full review

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