Zach Adams is one of the best detectives in the country. Nicknamed Cowboy, he’s a soft-spoken homicide detective known for his integrity and courage under fire. He serves on a federal task force that has a single mission: to hunt down Dominic Abend, a European gangster who has taken over the American underworld.After a brutal murder gives them a lead, Zach and his tough guy NYPD partner Martin Goulart are finally on Abend’s trail. But things get complicated — and very, very weird. Goulart’s on-the-job enemies are accusing him of corruption. And Zach is beginning to suspect that Abend’s evil goes beyond crime—perhaps to the edge of the supernatural. As his investigation continues in Germany, Zach finds himself lured into the impossible. In a centuries-old forest under a full moon, a beast assaults him, cursing him forever. In the aftermath, Zach is transformed into something horrible —something deadly.Now, the good cop has innocent blood on his hands. He has killed—and will kill again—in the form of a beast who can’t be controlled or stopped. Before he can free himself, he’s going to have to solve the greatest mystery of all: How can you defeat evil when the evil is inside you?
Andrew Klavan is the Edgar Award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of twenty-four novels, including such bestsellers as Empire of Lies, Killer in the Wind, and True Crime (adapted into a film by Clint Eastwood), and Don’t Say a Word (adapted into a film starring Michael Douglas). His most recent work is Nightmare City (Thomas Nelson). His novels have been nominated for the Edgar Award five times, winning the award three times. In addition to his thrillers, Andrew has also written The Homelanders series of books for young adults. His writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and the Los Angeles Times, and he maintains a blog at PJ Media. Andrew lives in Santa Barbara.
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