Gabriel Rush is a broken man.
Once a dedicated cop and family man, he is now little more than one of the walking dead. Busted out of the ranks of New York's finest, he's been reduced to P. I. work - of the sleazy variety - until he takes a photograph of a sad-faced woman in a café which, when he develops it, reveals on odd pattern on her cheek. The mark is the signature mutilation of the Trinity Killer, a brutal murderer who has New York living in fear.
As the mystery deepens, he discovers that the killer's fate is bound inextricably to his own past and future.
Trying desperately to warn the woman, Rush finds himself haunted by visions and fighting to save the woman he loves, his friends, and-when the killer's identity is finally revealed-his own sanity.
Previously published in the United States in 2001 as The Secret Life of Colours, The Last Angel is a unique fusion of crime, horror and angelkind that is quite unlike anything you have ever read.