The Killer’s modus operandi was the same in each instance: Strangulation, always with a guitar string pulled tight from behind until life is extinct. And though the murders are taking place up and down the country, there is one other similarity that Inspector Wilkins can’t help noticing: Each and every victim is a psychotherapist. Donald Dorricks is on a mission.
Nine psychotherapists to go and his crusade is over. Yet even after giving himself up and confessing to the killings, he still protests his innocence. And just as Inspector Wilkins struggles to catch the killer, Dorricks’ wife Verine attempts to understand the reasoning behind the murders.
I love books with different narrators that give different points of view. This is one of the best. Compelling and chilling, it grips tightly. I wanted to shout at the main female voice, but as the book goes on her strength becomes clear.