Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, Dec 1, 1992 - Fiction
In the crime-ridden galaxy of the future, a new breed of cop emerges--the Star Cops of the 107th Star Precinct. A grotesque subculture has emerged in the bowels of the city-ship that houses the 107th Precinct: human corridor rats, who have succumbed to the hazy addiction of synthetic drugs. Now a killer wages a war of extermination that leaves them no escape except out the airlock--and into death.
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