Red Angel

Red Angel

by Andrew Harper
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Red Angel by Andrew Harper

A psych tech at a hospital for the criminally insane turns to one serial killer to help catch another.

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ISBN-13: 9780843952759
Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date: 08/12/2003
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 4.18(w) x 6.92(h) x 1.02(d)

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Red Angel 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The second I started reading this book I was hooked. Andrew Harper goes inside the mind and tells a story of the horror of the human heart. The part that scared me the most was that this actually could happen.I recomend this book to anyone and everyone.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The storyline has Thomas Harris stamped all over it, but if you can get over that, you'll find this book to be fun and filled with vivid prose. Harper keeps the action going and, by the time you reach the climax, there is no way you can put this down!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had to read a book for a report due in two weeks. I dont like reading books that much, but a friend of mine told me about this book. I borrowed it from her and did the report on the book and got an A.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Program 28, Ward D., Darden State Hospital for Criminal Justice, the Thrill-Kill row as it is called, houses the most dangerous psychopaths incarcerated on the West Coast. But in the Inland Empire area of Southern California around San Pascal, Redlands and Riverside, a killer, known as the Red Angel, continues to elude the authorities, striking again and again in broad daylight, preying upon the most innocent of victims, young children. In Ward D., one of the patients, Michael Scoleri, who calls himself Abraxas, the true God, claims to be in telepathic communication with the killer. When the young son of a forensic psychiatrist at Darden State becomes the Red Angel¿s latest victim, Scoleri offers to help authorities for a price. With time running out, the decision must be made whether to wait and hope the killer is captured in time, or to trust Scoleri, a brutal murderer and rapist, to lead them to the Red Angel. Andrew Harper, the bestselling author of BAD KARMA, knows our worst nightmares, and he aims straight for the heart. Building layer upon layer of tension, Harper calls upon his extensive knowledge of investigative and forensic procedure to bring characters to life in this fast-paced thriller. Readers are mesmerized as a seemingly invisible monster invades quiet communities, kidnapping children and sacrificing them to his own god. Intense and terrifying, RED ANGEL is dark suspense at its best. -- Shannon Riley
harstan More than 1 year ago
After being attacked by an escaped mental patient in his own home who threatened his wife and children, Troy Campbell needed plenty of time to recuperate both physically and mentally. Now the psychiatric Technician and Supervisor of D ward at the maximum security hospital of Darden State is ready to tackle the six inmates of Program 28, Sexual Sadistic Predator Violent Sociopath Level seven. One of the worst of these offenders is Michael Scoleri, a man who has the looks of a choirboy but the heart of a monster.

Somehow, some way, Scoleri is getting messages from the Red Devil, a disorganized psychopath who is kidnapping young children, drugging them, than drowning them. Before he dumps their dead bodies he attaches bloody wings to their necks, fastened with a coat hanger. His latest victim is the son of Darden State psychiatrist Elise Conroy and she intends to use Scoleri to track down the Red Devil in defiance of all the rules with only the help of Troy Campbell.

Andrew Harper is the one of the best crime thriller writers of the decade just as Douglass Glegg, Harper¿s alter ego, is a master of horror. RED ANGEL is not for the faint of heart because there are some very gory and visually graphic scenes. The protagonist is a good and noble person who wants to know how a sociopath comes into being, a trait that causes him to become involved in dangerous situations. If this book is an example, Leisure¿s new line of thrillers will be a smashing success.

Harriet Klausner