The second in a series of novelizations based on the new exciting and compelling series Millennium from Chris Carter, the creator of the phenomenally successful X-Files.
The approach of the millennium seems to coincide with the demise of human feeling, and an increase in evil. However, there is also hope, for a force is at work to begin to reverse the horror of the inevitable. Frank Black, a brilliant FBI veteran whose speciality is the apprehension of homicidal psychopaths, mysteriously has an intense ability to enter the minds of the criminals, coupled with flashes of psychic insight. He has amassed an impressive track record against the worst serial killers and murderers of recent memory.
But burned out, afraid for the safety of his wife and daughter, he has left the FBI and relocated to Seattle. Now part of a shadowy underground force – known cryptically as the Millennium Group – Frank’s mission is to take down the maniacs preying on the innocent. Frank’s seemingly idyllic family life is in direct conflict with the horrific world he must enter – the minds of the most evil killers – in order to protect them.
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THE FIRES OF GEHENNA
A storm of dark violence is gathering over modern America, and only a few visionaries know it. Frank Black, formerly of the FBI, is one of them – a law enforcement professional now working with the mysterious Millennium Group to fight the madness of the coming apocalypse.
Black quit the Bureau to keep his family safe. But when charred body parts turn up in a San Francisco garden, he must risk their lives to redeem his own, as he follows a hideous trail of human remains that leads to a chemical factory gearing up for an urban Armageddon.
Based on the apocalyptic new television show, these premier 'Millennium' novelisations capture all of the dark thrills and intellectual terror of the original scripts by 'The X Files' creator, Chris Carter.
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Book Description Harper Prism, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110006483380