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dust jacket of hardcover first edition
Spare Parts
Hanson, Rick
New York: Kensington. 1994.
231pp. [Fiction]
ISBN: 082174738X

Casebook Review:

A pretty bad novel about a modern "Yuppie" Ripper, and although many of us have dreamed of ripping Yuppies, this one raises the verb to an art form. The title tells it all. Sadly, this could have been a very good, black comedic first effort; as it stands it's just sad.