Although incorporated with a fictional character - Romeo, the Valentine Serial Killer - Memoirs of a Serial Killer is otherwise based on true events, the history culled from numerous real-life interviews, court transcripts and eye witness accounts. An unflinching look into the mind of one of the most vicious serial killers in American history, Memoirs of a Serial Killer chronicles the murderous exploits as Romeo, tiring of his boring and normal life as a respected member of the community, takes a "road trip", his own code word for a killing rampage, and allows the listener to accompany him on his quest to kill as many women as possible - women that remind him of his mother.
Ritually abused by his parents as a child and home-schooled to avoid prosecution, Romeo actually grew stronger with time as his parents watched in horror. Now murderous and robotic, and systematically programmed to do what he was told regardless of the repercussions, he had forgotten anything and everything he ever wanted. He had been convinced he already had everything he would ever need: the urge to kill.
Memoirs of a Serial Killer is a drop dead frontal assault that provokes, rather than patronizes, its listener, and is truly the most dangerous kind of true crime genre book in existence, pulling no punches and telling no lies and narrated by one of the most dangerous men in existence; Romeo could be your next door neighbor, the guy that could be your best friend, but who secretly slaughters women with about as much remorse as Jack the Ripper, robbing, raping, burning, and killing, attacking America more like an epidemic plague than a human being.