Red Angel

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Leisure Books, 2003 - Fiction - 368 pages
6 Reviews
Upon his return to work at the Darden State Hospital for the Criminally Insane, Trey Campbell encounters a young man who claims to be in communication with a twisted serial killer called the Red Angel and must tap into the mind another psychotic murderer to stop the madness. Original.

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Review: Red Angel (Criminally Insane #2)

User Review  - Chana - Goodreads

I don't have a problem with this book in particular, I have a problem with the genre. I picked this book out of a bookbox, and it is not bad for it's type. It is well thought out, well-plotted and ... Read full review

Review: Red Angel (Criminally Insane #2)

User Review  - John Bruni - Goodreads

I didn't care much for it. I'm tired of serial killer stories, no matter how strange or otherworldly they can be. This one had some good surreal moments, but for the most part, it didn't get into my head. Read full review

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