'Looking Glass Killer' Portraits a Serial Killer
There are very few people in this world more dangerous than a serial killer. This is due to the fact that all serial killers have psychopathic tendencies that compel them to kill. Indeed throughout history serial killers like the infamous Ted Bundy and Jeffrey Dahmer have hidden themselves behind a façade of normalcy that allows them to blend in and even interact with potential victims. In "Looking Glass Killer"author Floyd Merrell has written a riveting read that explores the psychotic tendencies of serial killers.
"Looking Glass Killer" follows veteran police detective Lucia Vieira and her quick-witted understudy Mike Rafferty as they hunt for a notorious serial killer known as X-Man. Soon they find that this is no ordinary killer, but a person possessed with a psychopathic urge to kill. With the killer running loose and wrecking havoc all over the city it is now a race against time to stop his reign of terror. This masterfully written thriller takes readers on a frighteningly realistic look in the mind of a psychopath.
The story is filled with intriguing characters and elaborate plots and twists that will surely leave readers gasping at every turn of the page. This enthralling read takes readers on a harrowing experience that captures the essence of a good crime/suspense novel.
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About the Author
floyd merrell is a retired professor from Purdue University (1973-2011), author of 32 academic books, and now residing in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Looking Glass Killer is his second novel, the second volume in the Matthew-Matt trilogy.
Looking Glass Killer* by floyd merrell
Volume II: The Matthew-Matt Trilogy
Publication Date: December 3, 2013
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