I loved the premise of this book: Twenty years after a serial killer is executed, new bodies appear with the same markings and all signs point to the long-dead serial killer's son as the culprit.
Powerful âwhat-ifâ there. What's more is that the true crime writer who made the killer famous joins forces with the son to prove his innocence. Add in a cross-dresser and you've got yourself a decent thriller.
I liked this book (despite some exposition that didn't always ring true). I hadn't heard of Russell before, but I liked what I read here. I'll definitely look for more from him.