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"Two children have been foully murdered and their remains partially consumed. Now a third child has disappeared." Part 1: Chapter 1: Page 15

"We don't know everything yet, but we know three important things: first, that French Landing is a town in terrible distress; second, that a few people (Judy Marshal, for one; Charles Burnside, for another) understand on some deep level that the town's ills go far beyond the depredations of a single sick pedophile-murderer; third, that we have met no one capable of consciously recognizing the force-the slippage-that has now come to bear on this quiet town hard by Tom and Huck's river." Part 1: Chapter 3: Page 73

"When he goes back out to the common room, the blind record-hopper-Mr. Leyden, Symphonic Stan, whoever the hell he is-has begun unraveling wires and plugging them in with a speed and accuracy Pete finds a trifle unnerving." Part 2: Chapter 6: Page 152

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