Author(s): Max Allan Collins
"The saga of Dark Angel continues! "Someone is killing normal humans in the fog-enshrouded city of Seattle. The murders are brutal and grisly, but inside Terminal City they barely cause a ripple of concern. The transgenics who live there have problems of their own. In an area under siege by the oppressive arm of the police, the transgenics must protect their fledgling colony against the outside world--a world that eyes them with contempt and suspicion . . . and will do anything to be rid of them. As the killings escalate, Joshua comes to Max with a dire suspicion: the killer may be one of their own. Tensions are high between normal humans and transgenics, and many inside the protected City would just as soon let the humans fend for themselves. Yet Max and her inner circle know they must investigate the crimes and stop the bloodshed. Doing nothing would simply give the normals more reasons to hate. But what they discover will shock even the most jaded among them--and expose a sinister agenda that leads to an old, nefarious foe. . . .
Max Allan Collins has earned an unprecedented ten Private Eye Writers of America Shamus nominations for his historical thrillers, winning twice for his Nathan Heller novels, "True Detective" and "Stolen Away." A Mystery Writers of America Edgar nominee in both fiction and non-fiction categories, Collins has written five suspense novel series, film criticism, short fiction, songwriting, trading-card sets, and movie/TV tie-in novels, including "Air Force One," "The Mummy Returns," the "New York Times" bestselling "Saving Private Ryan," "CSI: Double Dealer" (from the CBS series), and "The Scorpion King." He scripted the internationally syndicated comic strip "Dick Tracy" from 1977 to 1993 and has written the "Batman" comic book and newspaper strip. His graphic novel, "Road to Perdition," has been made into a DreamWorks feature film starring Tom Hanks and Paul Newman, directed by Sam Mendes. Collins lives in Muscatine, Iowa, with his wife, writer Barbara Collins, and their teenage son, Nathan.