First off, I want to say that Glimpse The Tender Killer is an extremely good book. It ranges somewhere between four and five stars. It is about a pair of detectives/police officers that are chasing a serial killer who is murdering people, according to the serial killer’s moral values. It is told both from the serial killer’s point of view and the police detective’s point of view. For the serial killer, I felt like it’s being told after it happened and after he was caught. The detectives point of view appears to be in the now, so, it’s very weird in that aspect. I liked the detectives better than the serial killer chapters, but both are extremely interesting. The reason I liked the detectives more than the serial killer is that you see the slow decay of morality in them. They start off wanting to solve the case by the book and strengthen their personal relationships. As the case wears on, they slowly shed these morals in order to solve the case. They abandon their morals, and the male detective in the story abandons his family, so this book goes against the grain and is not prescriptive by any stretch of the imagination. It is definitely worth the read. It is 342 pages and is a suspense/thriller book. This is book 3 in the series, but it works as a stand-alone.
Glimpse The Tender Killer – A Book Review
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