Misdirection in Oz by Herb Kauderer

Misdirection in Oz
Herb Kauderer

The Tin Woodsman used his newly received brain to remember all the many citizens of Oz who passed him by while he was rusted still in the fields. But the unsolved serial killings didn’t begin until his epiphany that, if you swing an ax every day, no one suspects you of murder with a blunt instrument

First appeared in The Detective’s Ghost Oct 12 2017


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