Code name--Gentkill: a novel of the FBI

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Villard, Sep 19, 1995 - Fiction - 287 pages
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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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GENTKILL

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Two more crackerjack cases for bad-boy FBI agent Mike Devlin (Witness to the Truth, 1992), whose insurance company probably worries more about his hidebound bosses than about the bomber or agent ... Read full review

Code name, Gentkill: a novel of the FBI

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Lindsay turned a few heads with his first novel, Witness to the Truth (LJ 9/1/92), which sold 20,000 copies in hardcover. In this follow-up, G-man Mike Devlin returns to investigate a serial murderer who is targeting FBI agents. Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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