GenreCrime / Suspense
Age Rating:R15
Submitted:Thursday, 4 June 2009
Star rating:
(5 ratings)
Read by:710 different readers

Summer of 96 in Montreal and a killer known as the Vigilante is on a spree, his victims, those who engage in criminal activities.

Following 16 murders in 6 months, Lieutenant Dave McCall, head of Montreal's Special Homicide Task Force is without clue or lead until an electronic message is received from the assassin himself.

Failure in tracing the origin of the email leads McCall to request the assistance of CSS Inc., a security firm specializing in computer and communication networks and headed by EVP and COO, Chris Barry.

As murders and emails continue, the two men join forces to bring the killer to justice.

But whose justice will prevail?

Theirs, or the Vigilante's?


List of chapters

Ch. 1 Prologue and Chapter 1
Ch. 2 Chapter 2
Ch. 3 Chapter 3
Ch. 4 Chapter 4
Ch. 5 Chapter 5
Ch. 6 Chapter 6
Ch. 7 Chapter 7
Ch. 8 Chapter 8
Ch. 9 Chapter 9
Ch. 10 Chapter 10
Ch. 11 Chapter 11
Ch. 12 Chapter 12
Ch. 13 Chapter 13
Ch. 14 Chapter 14
Ch. 15 Chapter 15
Ch. 16 Chapter 16
Ch. 17 Chapter 17
Ch. 18 Chapter 18
Ch. 19 Chapter 19
Ch. 20 Chapter 20


J.D. Roth Tuesday, 12 April 2016
I think this is very interesting. My only suggestions would be different word usage (e.g., you use "jerk" and "idiots") Maybe use something more grown-up and actually describe why they're jerks and idiots to begin with. Furthermore, I agree that it is somewhat fast-paced. Attention to detail, though not over excessive,is always a good thing. Other than that, you're telling a great story. Keep it up! If you or anybody reading this has time, could you please read and provide feedback on the recent work I've posted, entitled "Fear the Reaper"? Thank you!
bunter Thursday, 16 December 2010
read the book in three hours like it
B.J Roberts Thursday, 20 May 2010
I read the Prologue and Chapter one and I must say it was fascinating. The part where the youngster cowered away in the attic whilst his sister was raped was very disturbing, but I guess it's life. And it happens. Maybe if you got rid of that bit and replaced it with the man hitting her or something less disgusting maybe I would read on. But until that happens, goodbye.
Taylor van de Locht Wednesday, 17 March 2010
I read the prologue and chapter one only.
You must avoid passive structure and wordiness, in order to entertain the reader. Delete the unneccessary adjectives and all adverbs, as they clog up your prose, which is turning purple. Delete your killers POV, it does not help the plot. (Describing somebody by their reflection in a mirror, etc, is a sure way of having your story rejected.)
Bestof luck.
Franny Y. Wednesday, 7 October 2009
Too fast-paced!

Being introduced to lots of different characters in a short space of time can be off-putting. Slow down a little. I can see a great plot being set up so it would be a shame if you lose readers for a stupid reason like that.

Feel free to shout at me on my stories~

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