October 5, 2000 11:00PM (UTC)
In his new novel Hannibal, novelist Thomas Harris, author of Silence of the Lambs, takes us once again into the mind of a killer, crafting a chilling potrait of insidiously evolving evil.
"Hannibal is really not a sequel at all, but rather the third and most satisfying part of one very long and scary ride through the haunted palace of abnormal psychiatry." -Stephen King
Listen to an exerpt from Hannibal (BDD Audio), read by the author.
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