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The Ferrokin Nevermore Part One - cover

The Ferrokin Nevermore Part One

Jennifer Swartwood-Walker

Publisher: Theory Comics

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Summary

With the repairs to Kryter in development, Kaid, River, Aiden, and Jack are recovering in the nearby town of Rove. But that doesn't stop the serial killer known as the Raven from taking new victims. As the former lead detective on the case, River is determined to bring the killer down, no matter the cost.

With help from physicists, psychologists, biologists, MDs, chemists, former special forces, former FBI, a former homicide detective, and forensic technicians, this series is as scientifically sound as a science fiction graphic novel can be. Information about the science used can be found at the back of the book.

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