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By Edward Lee, Elizabeth Steffen
In November 1994, one in every of history's such a lot diabolical serial-killers is crushed to dying by means of one other inmate within the legal the place he used to be serving fifteen consecutive lifestyles sentences. Jeffrey Dahmer is useless. Or is he?
Two weeks after the madman's physique is buried, one other cannibalistic homicide spree starts. Fingerprints, DNA, and modus operandi all hyperlink Dahmer to the hideous crimes.
Homicide cop Helen Closs is sure it's all a hoax or a shrewdpermanent copycat...until the evening her personal mobilephone jewelry, and Jeffrey Dahmer himself starts off to speak...
Dahmer's now not useless is the most recent collaborative attempt by way of acclaimed horror novelist Edward Lee and serial-killer specialist Elizabeth Steffen. Don't count on an analogous particular hardcore horror that Edward Lee is so recognized for. in its place, Dahmer's now not lifeless is a superb and technically exact police-procedural mystery on par with the easiest crime novelists operating at the present time.
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The sound of voices came from the corridor. The police had arrived! THE hapless gangsters were driven to action. One cried a warning; another, who had reached the wall, snapped the light switch. The sudden flood of illumination revealed half a dozen gangsters facing toward that corner where they believed The Shadow stood. Revolvers blazed as the lights came on. The shots were useless. Amid the darkness The Shadow had noiselessly left that fatal spot. The first response of an automatic showed his new position.
Keep mum - you understand? Come across - hand over the cash! ” The gangsters stood in sullen waiting while Carpenter was speaking. Their evil expressions were not lost upon Gifford Morton. The multimillionaire was a fighter. With his back to the wall, Morton could see only the same fate that had befallen others. He made no reply, and Carpenter calmly reached into his pockets and extracted the money that he wanted. “Keep him covered,” ordered the blackmailer, suddenly regaining his confidence. “I’ll go in the other room and make a quick clean-out.
Their urge to slay was their betrayal. Two shots roared as The Shadow spotted the men who had fired. Aiming for the flashes of flame, The Shadow’s marksmanship was true. The offending gunmen fired no more. Gifford Morton plunged through the door to safety. But in the swift deeds that had saved Morton from certain death, The Shadow had revealed his own position. An alert gangster, seeing a flash from a corner near the window, called out the news to his fellows. “Watch him - watch him - over past the window!