From the Arctic Circle to the equatorial jungles - from the most isolated wilderness to the overpopulated city - any place can be a hunting ground. It all depends on your choice of game. For Predator, that game is man, so he heads to the grounds with the biggest trophies: the Paloverde State Penitentiary. They say that when you kill a killer, all his kills belong to you, and Predator's looking to rack up the big numbers. Crime/suspense novelist Andrew Vachss has earned a reputation for writing tough stories with his hard-hitting Burke series of novels. Now, with Aliens vs. Predator writer Randy Stradley, he takes his familiar setting of criminals, bigots, and opportunists and drops a Predator into the mix. The result is a Molotov cocktail called Predator: Race War.
|Publisher:||Dark Horse Comics|
|Product dimensions:||6.61(w) x 10.17(h) x 0.59(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 17 Years|
About the Author
Andrew Vachss (1942) is an American crime fiction author and lawyer. He has written three popular series The Cross series, The Aftershock trilogy, and The Burke series. He is best known for his hardboiled Burke series, which he began in 1985. The second book in the Burke series Stregawon a number of international crime fiction awards. In 2000 he won the Raymond Chandler Award for a body of work.