He strikes with sickening regularity. He selects his victims carefully. He carries out his hideous acts with cold efficiency. He is the serial iller and until now he's been almost impossible to catch.
And a new generation of law enforcers to stop them.
They think like a serial killer. They now his habits and his twisted fantasies. They walk the edge between good and evil; sanity and insanity. They're the members of the FBI's elite Behavioral Science Unit--and they're the only thing that stands between us and the country's most deranged psychopaths.
Who killed Precious?
"Precious" was a petit blue-eyed blonde teenager. She was also the first prostitute slaughtered in a maniac's three-day ramage through Washington, D.C. At the gruesome crime scene, the killer left hidden signs of his murderously insane personality. Why did the fact that he tied a plastic garbage bag over her head after he'd already strangled her give the agents the subtle psychological clues they needed to capture and convict him?