Author: Rosie Walker

Narrators: Fiona Boylan and Nicholas Camm

Publication Date: July 17, 2020 / August 6, 2020 (Audio)

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Secrets of a Serial Killer is a suspenseful thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat trying to figure out what will happen next. This is a fictional book about a serial killer that goes unnoticed for years until a teenage girl goes missing and her friends and family find articles about the suspected serial killer. The story is from four character’s perspectives, one is the serial killer and one is the last girl he kidnapped.

I really enjoyed how the story started out as four different stories and merged to one story during the course of the book. It is unusual to get to hear the perspective of the serial killer which I found interesting. All of the characters had very different stories. Secrets of a Serial Killer keeps you at the edge of your seat. Many chapters end with a small cliffhanger, so it is impossible to only read one chapter.

Fiona Boylan and Nicholas Camm did a great job narrating. Both of their voices matched the characters and set the tone for the book. I read the book and listened to the audiobook and enjoyed both without a preference between them.

I recommend this book to anyone that likes creepy thrillers from different characters perspectives. It is also character focused which is something I enjoy in books.

Thank you Net Galley and One More Chapter for providing this book in exchange for an honest review.

About the Author

Rosie gained a Masters in Creative Writing with distinction from the University of Edinburgh in 2011, where she learned to talk about writing over a gin and tonic, and accept critical feedback with grace.

She also has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Lancaster University, where she learned how to pull an all-nighter to hit a deadline right at the last minute.
She lives in Edinburgh with her husband Kevin and their dog Bella.

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20 thoughts on “Book Review: Secrets of a Serial Killer

  1. This sounds really good! I love when the killer’s perspective is included. I read His & Hers earlier this year which also hears from the killer along the way, it was my first introduction to this approach but I loved it, for me it really added to the mystery and suspense until the big reveal at the end 😊

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