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The Bride Collector by Ted Dekker
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Sep 06, 2010

it was ok
bookshelves: 2010-reads

Brad Raines is an FBI detective facing one of his most gruesome cases ever; a serial killer who dresses his victims as brides, glues them to a wall, cuts their ankles and allows them to bleed out. Through a twist of circumstance he enlists the help of patients from the “Center of Wellness and Intelligence”, a care center for mentally ill yet gifted individuals.

This book has some strong religious overtones, and part of what makes it an interesting read is the fact that there is a true character reversal. The antagonist almost seems to make sense in his beliefs and the protagonists are slightly off kilter in their thinking. It all comes together in an interesting ending. It was an alright read.

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