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Finders Keepers by Stephen King

Summary & Analysis
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Narrated by: Michael Gilboe
Length: 30 mins
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Private investigator Bill Hodges races to find another deranged killer in Finders Keepers, the second book in a projected trilogy by Stephen King. The first, Mr. Mercedes, won the 2015 Edgar Award for best mystery novel. Finder Keepers, while a strong, standalone book, continues the themes of the first book by examining of the nature of obsession while also offering a close look at the relationship between literature and the real world.

In 1978, three masked men invade the remote New Hampshire home of John Rothstein, a reclusive novelist. He hopes that three masked men just want money. The 79-year-old gives them the code to his safe. One of the men, Morrie Bellamy, is obsessed with the Jimmy Gold trilogy, Rothstein's masterwork, a favorite of alienated adolescents for decades. Bellamy hates Rothstein for having Gold sell out to Madison Avenue and move to suburbia in the final book....

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It was a lie and I fell for it.

I was tricked into thinking that this was the book. I'll like my money back. Terrible.

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