David Gurney is a retired detective who caught many serial killers during his time with N.Y. police department, so he became famous.
In this excellent novel he will have to catch a killer that seems to know what the victims are thinking. The killer sends a letter to the victims asking them to think in a number and, inexplicably, the same number is written in the letter.
David gets involved in this case because he’s searched by an acquaintance who received one of this letters. David’s passion for resolving crimes makes him want to catch the serial killer.
This is a great thriller, it gives you a lot of shocks, it keeps your attention and it makes you try to discovere who the killer is. It has a lot of psychological analysis of both, David’s past and the consecuences of it, and of the cruel and intelligent killer.
Gurney is one of my favorite characters of all the books I’ve read. He’s very clever and sharp-eyed, therefore he’s so good catching the most difficult serial killers. He has his problems like all people and he’s not afraid of danger, moreover, he enjoys danger.
This novel is one of my favorites.