Nospin edited the summary of Killing Faith Thursday, June 7, 2012.
When body parts start to appear in New York City, Gabriel de Sade, a tough Manhattan detective starts the hunt for a killer. What should be a straightforward murder inquiry spirals when further dismembered bodies are found. The case escalates to serial homicide, a race to find the psychotic murderer who is loose on the streets of the city. Yet the investigation is set to become more complicated than he could imagine. The nightmare is just beginning for de Sade, a Delta Force veteran of Afghanistan. The FBI are also involved in the pursuit for the serial killer. Their evidence points to a Russian Mafiya baron. The chase leads Gabriel to Moscow with an FBI partner, Special Agent Faith Ward. Facing political interference from both American and Russian governments, they ask for help from the Moscow Militia, only to find them both corrupt and on the Mafiya payroll. Assistance comes from an unexpected quarter, a Russian Orthodox Bishop. With his help, de Sade reaches the heart of the Mafiya operations. Aided only by a discredited Militia detective, he is forced to confront the Moscow Mafiya in a brutal, head on clash. De Sade must use every bit of his skill and training to survive in what is a shattering and extraordinary thriller