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Hacked-off hands, 200 mph motorcycle chases, murdered rapists, a cold, proficient FBI profiler, hot sex, blowtorches, and hatchets. In the wake of a horrific, life-changing night, this becomes the world of Lisa Taylor, who quits her job, buys an ax, and takes her outrage to the street. She begrudgingly recruits Andrei Vladimirov, the scarred, mysterious beast of a man that hangs out at her local lesbian bar. Together, they set the Bay Area abuzz with terrifying stories of the motorcycle-helmeted dark superhero maiming abusive men. When one of their victims turns out to be a crooked police officer, vengeful cops join the legitimate investigation already circling in. By this time, however, the inertia of Lisa and Andrei's actions is too great, and their violent spree of retribution crashes though mansions, trailer parks, football stadiums and fraternity houses. THE SHELTER is a page-turning crime thriller, appealing to audiences that enjoyed Stieg Larsson's “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” series, Thomas Harris's “Silence of the Lambs,” Murakami’s “1Q84” and Jeff Lindsay's “Darkly Dreaming Dexter” novels. THE SHELTER is the first in a series of four books.
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Dimitry Yakoushkin lives in San Francisco along with much of his family. His mom defected with him from Soviet Russia when he was three in 1980 to the Bay Area. Dimitry is a writer, track and field athlete, and a therapist. To date, he has avoided being convicted of a felony.
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Book Description Yakoushkin Independent, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0692483500