The Young Poisoner’s Handbook

A little dab’ll do ya.

Obsessed with death, a young lad studies the best ways to off people with poisons and powders, then starts experimenting, with dire consequences, in this darkly-funny thriller.

Based on the real-life exploits of “The Teacup Murderer,” it follows our protagonist as he develops a life-long obsession with deadly thallium.

Dropping the toxic treat into tea in place of sugar, he leaves a trail of bodies, starting with his stepmother.

Outwitting the authorities, befuddling psychiatrists, he’s a nimble assassin till the end.

You may not approve of the outcome, but you have to respect the game.

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