It Meets John Wayne Gacy

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Who doesn't love a serial killer that is immortal? Michael Jordan writes a great thriller that takes the reader on a journey of terror and fear which rivals Koontz and King. The story focuses on a young man who's father took his own life after failing to capture the Butcher. This time though, 20 years later, the police have named this copy cat killer the Torso Murderer. Was there murders of the same style before? and before that? Is history doomed to repeat itself in senseless crimes against the innocent? A great tweak to this story is, the Butcher knows the young man, Tim. The Butcher reached out and wrote a letter to Tim after the death of the young mans' father. The last sentence forever etched in the scariest place of the soul, "I'll be watching you young man." (goosebumps)