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Deviant: The Shocking True Story of Ed Gein, the Original Psycho by  Harold SCHECHTER - Paperback - First Edition, Paperback Original - 1989 - from Ravenwood Gables Bookstore and Biblio.com

Deviant: The Shocking True Story of Ed Gein, the Original Psycho

by SCHECHTER, Harold

Condition: Good


New York: Pocket Books, 1989. First printing, Pocket Books mass market paperback original, 1989. Good condition with sticker on front, creased spine, wear to edges and hinges. 274 pages, photographs. The grisly true story of Ed Gein, the killer whose fiendish fantasies inspired Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho.". First Edition, Paperback Original. Mass Market Paperback. Good.




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