Hard to review---started out fairly good but by the half way mark it lost something for me and I had a hard time finishing, but I did finish.
An in depth portrait of a serial killer and the man who tracks him... Not my cup of tea but received excellent reviews.
I enjoyed this book the best out of the 4 book series! But it is good to read all of them to get a real feel for Lucas Frank as he tracks the serial killer!
Lucas Frank knows the cost of hunting human monster. That's why he left Boston for the peace of the Michigan woods. But a tantalizing case has lured the forensic psychiatrist back to work - and straight into the path of a cold-blooded killer. Felix Zrbny was just a teenager when he went on a murder spree that left three women dead. Now, after spending fifteen years locked away, Felix has escaped - and he is determined to finish what he started all those years ago.
Lucas races to untangle the mysteries of Felix's mind as the ratings-hungry press steps in to make Felix its own macabre media darling. They track his every move and broadcast his bloddy reign of terror for the whole world to see. And all the while, behind the scenes, someone is orchestrating the moment when the killer and the hunter will at last come face-to-face.
They say everyone gets their fifteen minutes of fame. For Felix Zrbny, it's fifteen minutes of infamy. The clock is ticking - and he's going to make sure that every minute counts.