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Author: John R Taylor
Publisher: [Castroville, Texas] : Black Rose Writing, [2014] ©2014
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English
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"UC Berkeley is under siege. A serial killer prowls the campus committing savage, sacrificial murders, paralyzing the university with dread and fear. Self-proclaimed the Gatekeeper, he owns the night and hunts down his prey with methodical precision. He is also haunted by macabre nightmares. Subconscious, long-repressed memories of an unforgivable sin drive him to seek redemption. In his delusional belief system,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Mystery fiction
Detective and mystery stories
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John R Taylor
ISBN: 9781612962955 1612962955
OCLC Number: 869436016
Description: 299 pages ; 23 cm
Responsibility: John R. Taylor.

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"UC Berkeley is under siege. A serial killer prowls the campus committing savage, sacrificial murders, paralyzing the university with dread and fear. Self-proclaimed the Gatekeeper, he owns the night and hunts down his prey with methodical precision. He is also haunted by macabre nightmares. Subconscious, long-repressed memories of an unforgivable sin drive him to seek redemption. In his delusional belief system, the Gatekeeper performs occult ceremonies to resurrect his victims to atone for his heinous act and relieve his tortured conscience. UCPD Detective Terri Watts is tasked with investigating the brutal slayings. The killer's grisly MO tells her that the slaughter will continue unless she stops him. The Gatekeeper plays a cat and mouse game with Terri, taunting her with condescending letters and a limerick meant to flaunt his intellectual superiority. Yet as the body count mounts, he attempts to bond and establish a rapport with Terri, which sets the stage for their climactic confrontation."--Back cover.

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