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Unequivocal Malice

Unequivocal Malice

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by Michael Parker
     
 
The killer.

When he was a troubled youth, his turbulent father told him a crazy story. Haunted by the indignity of his unstable childhood, his passion for revenge is almost demonic.

Danger lurks.

A responsible citizen stumbles onto a corpse and receives a nightmarish warning. The sheriff and his deputies are called upon to track down the murderer. And two

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The killer.

When he was a troubled youth, his turbulent father told him a crazy story. Haunted by the indignity of his unstable childhood, his passion for revenge is almost demonic.

Danger lurks.

A responsible citizen stumbles onto a corpse and receives a nightmarish warning. The sheriff and his deputies are called upon to track down the murderer. And two small-town reporters become part of the terrifying story they are covering.

What will happen next?

Although tragedy can strike at any time, there is one thing that is certain: The madman must be stopped before he kills again.

A contemporary story that delves into the past.

In Unequivocal Malice, author Michael Parker offers a fresh combination of thrilling horror, crime detection and insight into the news media.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780595331376
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
12/20/2004
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.65(d)

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Unequivocal Malice 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Stanley57 More than 1 year ago
Unequivocal Malice attempts to effectively combine the necessary elements of a detective story and a romance tale, with literary humor and sober insight into the alienated lifestyle of the homicidal maniac. Unforgettable characters come to grips with critical issues in their personal lives as the story follows the fast pulse of modern society. Noteworthy are the connections between the local news media and national crime rates, between the pleasant community and unreceptive strangers.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Parker's novel looks great! It is really cool! How nice that the author is going to Bible study - the Bible is so interesting, yet I sure have trouble understanding the way it is written.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I finished Michael Parker's first book in about a week and was amazed at the great plot and easy reading. I usually put a book down and don't come back to it for awhile, but 'Unequivocal Malice' I couldn't put down. Guess Parker has the beginnings of a mystery writer! (He already is one!) I particularly enjoyed the characters and the way the plot moved along at a good clip, intrigue and guesswork. Please write a sequel.