Originally posted by Dexley's Midnight JoggerThe John Sandford Prey series is good. Usually it's more about the cops than the criminal, but I read one last year and had to read all the rest right after.
THIS 100%. Sandford is probably the only fiction writer whose entire works I have read. His new one, Buried Prey is coming next week, I believe. The Prey series is awesome as is the spinoff series with a cop named Virgil Flowers.
I'd also suggest the Alex Delaware series by Kellerman. Especially Monster for the serial killer aspect.
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In True Blood, I think its called is a good book about a start off serial killer. Based on a true story about a family that is out of their minds. Ff the Zodiac book is half as good as the new movie it was based on is any good then I would recommend that as well.
I just finished the book a few days ago - it is a long read (540 pages), but it is compelling reading for any wrestling fans from the 80s/90s. As I understand it, he had more than 1500 pages written, but it needed to be whittled down.