The Bride Collector
Publish date: 2010
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
This reminded me of American Psycho meets the cast of One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest. (Not sure if that is good or bad.) I think that this one had potential but ultimately ended up a bit too formulaic and cliché for me. I will say that there were some great secondary characters that were developed ...
This book really does get into your head. A serial killer on the loose and some gifted, albeit mentally challenged, individuals are called in to assist in solving the case(s). It raises the question of what drives one's neurosis and psychosis -- everyone single one of us -- and how it affects our in...
Not for the faint of heart this is a dark, deeply disturbing tour-de-force of good versus evil, told in bone chillng, graphic detail. Make no mistake he will take you there and hold you hard and long into the night. My hat is off, Mr. DeKker. Bring it on!
Ultimiatly it was a good book. Definitely had you guessing what the killer was up to until the end. I wish I could do half stars so I could give it 3 1/2. I just couldn't give it four, something about the last half was a little off to me, but it was a very good book.
Brad Raines is an FBI detective facing one of his most gruesome cases ever; a serial killer who dresses his victims as brides, glues them to a wall, cuts their ankles and allows them to bleed out. Through a twist of circumstance he enlists the help of patients from the “Center of Wellness and Intel...