|Thinning the Predators (1996) [Novel]|
by Daina Graziunas Jim Starlin
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(From the publisher):
David Vandermark is nobody's victim, a vigilante serial killer and everybody's hero.
Ira Levitt, an FBI veteran, has been chasing Vandermark for years, and he believes a series of murders among the Hispanic community in New York will lure him into a trap.
Then both of them discover that the Hispanic killings are a sociological experiment that appears to have the blessing from high up on Capitol Hill. Should Levitt stop the vigilante, or risk everything by joining forces with Vandermark to stop the bloodshed and uncover the political conspiracy?
Plunging deep beneath the horror of violence to the moral nightmares below, Thinning the Predators reveals the terrifying pathologies lying at the heart of modern crime... and the redemptive forces that could yet defeat them.
Original title: Thinning the Predators
Alternative titles: Predators
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Suspense