A Time of Predators
The gang was restless, just looking for idle fun. They roughed up a man they thought was a homosexual - but their game got out of hand and their victim was blinded. It was Paula Halstead's bad luck to witness the attack and catch a glimpse of one of the boys. After they got through with her, she killed herself. The police have no leads and can't find the culprits. Paula's husband hires a private investigator to do what the police haven't been able to-but the PI has no success. Curt Halstead refuses to give up; he will have his vengeance on the men who raped and tortured his wife, even if it means entering into their world of sex, violence, and murder.
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 140 x 210 x 15.49mm | 312.98g
- 14 Mar 2005
- St Martin's Press
- New York, United States
- New edition
- New edition
"Gores is dogged and brilliant."--Donald Westlake"[Joe Gores] is exceptional." --"Playboy""If Joe Gores isn't in a class of his own, he's about to invent one." --"Rocky Mountain News ""Savage."--"Saturday Review""A modern-day Hammett."--Mario Taboada"Gores is the master of many voices."--"Kirkus""A seasoned master."--"Booklist""A versatile crime writer."--"Publishers Weekly"
About Joe Gores
Joe Gores is the author of the acclaimed DKA series of street-level crime and detection, as well as the stunning suspense novels Dead Man and Menaced Assassin. Born in 1931, he served in the U.S. Army, writing biographies of generals at the Pentagon, was educated at the University of Notre Dame and Stanford, and spent twelve years as a San Francisco private investigator. He lives in northern California.