Code name--Gentkill: a novel of the FBI

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Villard, Sep 19, 1995 - Fiction - 287 pages
3 Reviews
On the streets of Detroit, a serial murderer is systematically gunning down FBI agents. As the Bureau struggles to stop this affront to its very soul, Mike Devlin, the wise-cracking protagonist of Witness to the Truth, bales out of his disciplinary duty to tackle the case. National ads, media.

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Review: Code Name: GENTKILL:: A Novel of the FBI (Novels of the FBI #2)

User Review  - Brenda Turner - Goodreads

awesome! All the twists and turns make you really think hard to guess who dun it in this who dun it. Excellent read Read full review

Review: Code Name: GENTKILL:: A Novel of the FBI (Novels of the FBI #2)

User Review  - Craig - Goodreads

Real good. Liked the story. Had a bit of the "Beverly Hills Cop" one man smart, rest dumb to it, but it was handled well. The AIC made the others do non productive things Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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