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|Publisher||Overlook Connection Press|
|February 1, 2000|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover)|
The Bighead is a horror novel by writer Edward Lee, released in 1997. It concerns "The Bighead", a mentally challenged, inbred psychopath afflicted with hydrocephalus raging out in the Virginia backwoods, raping and killing whatever comes his way, and a sex-and-drug-addicted rebel named Jerrica. The book is noted for being one of the most graphically violent novels ever penned, and has often been called the grossest book ever written.
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