Thriller by James Siegel
The wind and the rain that rage in the opening scenes of Shamus Award-winner MacGregor's (Mistress of the Bones; The Hanged Man) off-beat psychodrama soon become internal forces, as the lives of his yuppified characters are torn up and battered. Ambitious … see full wiki
This book goes to show that no matter what the situation you should not let your rage get the better of you. Otherwise you can go from law-abiding citizan to vicious animal.
There are some parts that I did have problems with such as some of the criminal talents that the main character was able to come up with out of nowhere. Also, there is one of those parts, reminicent of the movies where a guy will put a snake in a house to kill all the house occupants. Most animals of that type do not go hunting for humans and only strike when threatened or cornered. However, directors try to take poetic license and change the animal's nature to suit the film.
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