Well this book just might have it all if you are looking for lust, lunacy, legend, and a little laughter. I went from disgust, to blushing, to an occasional wide grin couched in the context of a story about a group of serial killers. The characters are memorable. The story is certainly not ho-hum. My prediction: you'll either love it or hate it! Probably worth the risk of finding out.
I am not a prude, but about disk 4, when he started lusting for a child, I packed it up and shipped it back. A great story was ruined by way-too-graphic perversion. I would have loved to follow the mystery to the end, but just could not handle how sick it got.
This is an odd,but interesting book. It took me a long time to follow the story and indentify all of the characters. Once I acheived that,I was able to understand what was going on.It's not one of my favorites,but it was good listening anyway.If you like unusal murder mysteries,you will enjoy this book. .
Jonathan Nasaw is the acclaimed author of "Fear Itself" and "The Girls He Adored, " both Literary Guild Selections. He lives in Pacific Grove, California.