|Tunnel of Night (1999) [Novel]|
by John Philpin
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Series: Lucas Frank
(From the publisher):
THE FBI THOUGHT THIS KILLER WAS OUT OF THEIR LIVES. BUT THEY WERE WRONG--DEAD WRONG.
THERE IS NO BEAUTY IN UNINSPIRED MURDER. VENGEANCE IS AN ART.
He dropped his taunting calling card at brutal murder scenes across the country. Only one man saw the pattern. Forensic psychiatrist Lucas Frank did what the FBI was unable to--he ended John Wolf's reign of terror.
OR DID HE?
A recent series of murders--each one grimly marked by the predator's hand--points to a single horrifying truth: Wolf survived the explosion meant to incinerate him.
NOW HE'S MAKING THEM PAY.
As Wolf prowls from Boston to Michigan to Washington, D.C., his chilling agenda of ultimate vengeance becomes clear. He will teach the FBI that they are unschooled in the art of murder. He will give Lucas Frank a brutal lesson in terror.
AND HE WILL BURY THEM ALL.
Original title: Tunnel of Night
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Suspense