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There's a difference between "running down a hallway cleaving skulls" and a graphic description of what that entails. Burroughs was not gory. His violence was tame. I love Agatha Christie and Nero Wolfe, but wouldn't touch with a ten foot pole Dean Koontz and others of his ilk. I admit that I'm a wuss. The music from "Night Gallery" scared me. I still regret reading "Presumed Innocent" (because of its prison scenes) not to mention "Marine Sniper."

I read reviews of "A Song of Fire and Ice" on Amazon and was put off. Am I wrong?

Not as pathetic as I sound
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