While government and law enforcement turn a blind eye, this 100% factual murder mystery follows a serial killer through New York's gay community in the 1990's.
He targets his victims with methodic precision, then hauntingly fades back into his daily life, going undetected. Before you know it, the author has somehow found a way to place the reader in the position of peering over the assailant's shoulder.
Being reminded of the gender bias at that time is highly unsettling, but the void of protection by the state is almost as shocking as the murders themselves.
Not since Norman Mailer's "The Executioner's Song" have I read a book that reads like a novel while being 100% non-fiction.
This book is not only the masterwork of a first-time author, but serves as a love letter to gender equality.
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