Book 1 of the VIGILANTE Series ". . . hits you like a hook to the liver, and addresses the timeless issues of murder, revenge, and the human yearning for justice . . . a witty thriller, full of passion and suspense . . . virtually impossible to put down." -- John ... show more
Book 1 of the VIGILANTE Series ". . . hits you like a hook to the liver, and addresses the timeless issues of murder, revenge, and the human yearning for justice . . . a witty thriller, full of passion and suspense . . . virtually impossible to put down." -- John Locke, New York Times best-selling author Montreal . . . the long, hot summer of 1996. . . . . . and in the dark of night, moving like a shadowy wraith, a vigilante prowls the city's streets. The targets of his bloody rampage: the worst of the worst. Murderers. Gangbangers. Rapists. Six months. Sixteen murders. The harried police are still without a clue . . . . . . until the day they receive an email from the assassin himself. Lieutenant Dave McCall, head of Montreal's Special Homicide Task Force, needs help to crack the secrets of the killer's taunting message. He calls on an expert--Chris Barry, who runs a security firm specializing in computer communications. Together, McCall and Barry launch a grim quest to track down a man who preys on predators--an urgent quest to bring this remorseless killer to justice. But whose justice will prevail: theirs--or the vigilante's? ". . . probably the best mystery/thriller book I have ever read . . . The last sentence made me shiver with delight." --Tiffany A. Harkleroad, "Tiffany's Bookshelf" "A great thriller!" --Dean Lappi, author, Black Numbers
Publish date: April 22nd 2009
Publisher: Claude Bouchard
Pages no: 252
Edition language: English
Series: Vigilante (#1)
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