I tend to agree. Just how many twisted minds can we write or read about?
They're abused as children, so they become abusers. I cut back on watching
Criminal Minds because they have to keep upping how horrific nature of the
crimes their killers commit. It gets tedious after a while. The first L.A.
book I wrote had a serial killer, but that was the last one.
These days you would have to write an outstanding serial killer book to make
me want to read it. I especially detest the ones that get deep into the mind
of the killer. Because, again, they have to be overboard to make them stand
The vacation from hell -- Forest of Corpses
On Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 12:05 PM, jacquesdebierue <email@example.com
> I am getting fed up with this formula. Something bad happened to somebody,
> as a consequence of which he is screwed up and becomes a serial murderer...
> the formula is looking tired to me.
> Any opinions?
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