The Stalking Man
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The Stalking Man

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In a twisted trail of blood, he spelled out his name, The Stalking Man, hunting women in cities across the country the way his father had once taught him to hunt deer. He loved the moment of terror frozen on their faces when the all-too-horrifying realization would hit them-they were going to die a death more violent and ghastly than their worst nightmares...

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Paperback, 352 pages
Published January 15th 1998 by St. Martin's Paperbacks (first published 1979)
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Kit★
Mar 19, 2014 Kit★ marked it as to-read
This was among a box of books given to me. Will try it someday.
Susan
Some of Coughlin's earlier books are being reissued and this is one I hadn't read. Lieutenant Anthony Russo's long career included the successful capture of a serial killer years ago. Edward Teague got an insanity defense and was committed to a mental hospital. But, now he's out but few know it. Russo has to start from scratch and the bodies are piling up. This is a well written, engaging thriller.
Joe O'c
Excellent; serial killer spells out his name using cities where he kills people, then goes after lawyer and cop who previously put him away.
G
Excellent story. A serial killer released from the Hospital for the Criminally Insane is up to his old tricks.
Rhod
Not for everyone because of the violence, but Coughlin weaves a tale that is hard to put down.
Benjamin Smith
Pretty good serial killer vs ace detective book. Somewhat predictable, but entertaining.
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William Jeremiah Coughlin (1929-1992), former defense attorney and judge in Detroit for twenty years, was the author of sixteen novels. He lived in Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan with his wife, Ruth, an author and book critic.

Also wrote under the pseudonym of Sean A. Key.
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