Katherine, the winning and slightly disturbing twenty-three-year-old narrator of A Carnivore's Inquiry, journeys from literary New York to rural Maine and Mexico City trailed, everywhere she goes, by a string of murders.
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by Murray Leinster
by Victoria Christopher Murray
by Dorothy Gilman
by Steven Pressfield
by Robin Cook
by Paul Sussman
by Elliot Ackerman
by Larry Watson
by William Murray
by Brandie Davis
"As provocative as the title may be, the novel is more so. Katherine seems bored even though her place in the world is precarious; she seems composed even though episodes would prove otherwise. As she makes her way across North America, so does a chain of bizarre murders that cut a frightening swath of carnage. Punctuated by almost clinical accounts of cannibalistic moments in history, this chilling story can veer sharply between being intriguing and leaving one cold. Wendy Hoopes captures the removed, almost otherworldly, quality of the novel's storyteller, whose carnivorous interests take a sinister turn. L.B.F. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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