In Tracks of the Predator, Mike Rejest is a dedicated Special Agent for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is responsible for the Southwest region and has over 35 agents reporting to him. Rejest has survived countless administrations and even more policy shifts. However, in the past three years he has detected an ominous trend developing. It appears as if an environmental vigilante may be operating from somewhere in the 4-state territory Rejest oversees.Indeed, this is the case, as a stranger, skilled with weapon and explosive alike, has taken the law into his own hands, meting out justice, violent and cruel. His vendetta is personal, like a religion or philosophy. Throughout the West a terrible legend is being created: of a silent rider on a horse, coming in the night to deliver swift and exacting punishment.As the acts of this eco-terrorist become more and more destructive, state and federal agencies mobilize to locate this angel of death. From budget hearings into the future of the BLM, to a nationwide manhunt, follow the antagonist’s single-minded objective to punish any perpetrator he can track. Rejest gathers his own team of trusted fellow BLM employees and National Park Service Rangers, as they set out in the New Mexico wilds, only to discover that they too are being pursued. The difference between predator and prey narrows, only separated by the quickness of reflexes and the caliber of firearms.