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What kind of serial killer would you be?

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message 1: by Nicole (new)

Nicole | 5 comments I'd like to think I'd be a methodical one that plans out every single move before it happens! And a sneaky one that keeps everyone guessing!


message 2: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
That's the kind I love!


message 3: by Regan (new)

Regan Black | 37 comments Mod
Why does Dexter just immediately pop into my head? LOL I think I'd be the nice lady down the street with the *amazing* flower gardens. ;)


message 4: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
I have flower gardens too! Why not a killer who loves gardening? Oops! Enough about that. I don't want to give anything away!


message 5: by Marijane (new)

Marijane | 37 comments I think that I would be clever enough to be someone who is in the middle of the investigation, such as, the district attorney or a detective that my colleagues would never suspect.


message 6: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
I like the way you think, Marijane!


message 7: by Regan (new)

Regan Black | 37 comments Mod
Goodreads really needs a like button! I'm thinking a clever Marijane sounds dangerous. ;)


message 8: by Marijane (new)

Marijane | 37 comments Thanks Debra and Regan;)


message 9: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
: ) Marijane!


message 10: by Stacy (new)

Stacy Green (StacyGreen) | 2 comments I'd be methodical, but careful. I wouldn't have a signature for cops to track, and I wouldn't be picky about my victims. Being in the middle of the investigation is a great idea, too.


message 11: by Vicki (new)

Vicki (littlequeenie29) | 8 comments If I were a serial killer, first off I would eliminate the DNA. I would make the victim so they were beyond recognition. I know these days computers make it easier for more victims found in different jurisdictions to be ID'ed but I would leave them a very long way from where they disappeared and again, get rid of most means of ID.
Now that being said, I feel like a horrible person for even saying that. I could NEVER be a serial killer as none of us could. There are so many evil people in the world as it is. But hey, if I decided to get rid of my spouse or lazy adult boys, not my daughter she works and acts her age, now the way I would knock them off I will never divulge.......


message 12: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
I wouldn't want to be the cop trying to track down that serial killer!


message 13: by wanda (new)

wanda flanagan (lilblupixie) | 1 comments Leave them for the gators


message 14: by Regan (new)

Regan Black | 37 comments Mod
Wanda, that's definitely an option down here in my neck of the woods. One that is underused (or maybe we just don't have smart killers in this area) LOL


message 15: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
LOL, Wanda! Love it!


message 16: by Kellie (new)

Kellie Harrington | 10 comments Vicki have you done this before? lol I probably leave cigarette butts with my dna while watching. from reading all my crime and serial killer books id be very careful either that or dont kill anyone because im too lazy to clean up!


message 17: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
Vicki's good!


message 18: by Sandra (last edited Oct 01, 2012 11:00AM) (new)

Sandra  Valente (SandraValente) | 7 comments Before I say anything, this is awful to even contemplate and I'd never be capable of such atrocities, but to answer the question... :D

I'd probably be one of those who'd go down in history as one of the most resourceful serial killers the world has ever seen. One who is so good at juggling a double life, at changing disguises, manipulating fingerprints, DNA, and one who at the same time is so OCD, no personal trace evidence is ever found. A serial killer who works and socialises under the very noses of those I planned to eliminate, someone who'd have mere minions working on the inside alongside me to do all my 'dirty' work (kidnapping, getting rid of bodies, clean up and so on), and a killer who just happens to work for an institution such as the FBI. This would afford me carte blanche in setting up unsuspecting victims to take the fall as the serial killer thereby not only destroying this person's life, but ultimately their families as well. Seeing as I'd be so far up this particular ladder, it would be child's play fronting a do-gooder persona (is that even a word?) for show of course, all the while deep down I'd just be rotten, sick and evil. And, the worst part? I'd probably get away with more than just murder. Someone as cunning as the 'Player' himself. It wouldn't surprise me if I walked away whistling because after carrying out what I've just outlined above, I'd have no soul.

My stomach has just turned in revulsion.

I'm really a sweet person, I promise! This is just pretend!!


message 19: by Regan (last edited Oct 03, 2012 08:35AM) (new)

Regan Black | 37 comments Mod
Umm, Sandra, that's pretty detailed assessment for a 'sweet' person. Just kidding! ;) I'd hate to be on the case trying to track you down.
Aren't you looking forward to the next time the Player and Jess meet? I know I am!


message 20: by Sandra (new)

Sandra  Valente (SandraValente) | 7 comments Regan wrote: "Umm, Sandra, that's pretty detailed assessment for a 'sweet' person. Just kidding! ;) I'd hate to be on the case trying to track you down.
Aren't you looking forward to the next time the Player an..."


LOL, Regan. See what reading 'Faces of Evil' has done to me?

I most definitely am! He terrifies the heck out of me.


message 21: by Suzy (new)

Suzy | 15 comments I think I would like to read books written by Sandra


message 22: by Regan (new)

Regan Black | 37 comments Mod
Suzy, I agree with you and I wish goodreads had a like button.


message 23: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
That's a really good idea, Regan!


message 24: by Suzy (new)

Suzy | 15 comments Another book idea. I think the Colby Agency and Cooper Security should collaborate on a case (or maybe a mini-series) since Debra and Paula Graves live near each other and have similar writing styles. Two of my favs together would be great.


message 25: by Sandra (new)

Sandra  Valente (SandraValente) | 7 comments Suzy wrote: "I think I would like to read books written by Sandra"

Lol, thank you, Suzy and Regan. If only I were an author and could write! I'll just have to continuously look forward to Debra's books!


message 26: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
Sandra wrote: "Suzy wrote: "I think I would like to read books written by Sandra"

Lol, thank you, Suzy and Regan. If only I were an author and could write! I'll just have to continuously look forward to Debra's ..."


Sandra, you are too sweet!


message 27: by Sandra (new)

Sandra  Valente (SandraValente) | 7 comments Debra wrote: "Sandra wrote: "Suzy wrote: "I think I would like to read books written by Sandra"

Lol, thank you, Suzy and Regan. If only I were an author and could write! I'll just have to continuously look for..."


See, Debra thinks I am sweet - even after what I said. (I know she's referring to my last comment, but it was worth the mention!) :)

Thank you, Debra.


message 28: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
Sandra, you are sweet and a doll!


message 29: by Sandra (new)

Sandra  Valente (SandraValente) | 7 comments Debra wrote: "Sandra, you are sweet and a doll!"

:) Thank you, Debra!


message 30: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
: )


message 31: by Terri (new)

Terri (Terrie) | 1 comments Where the like button? I can't help laugh but all those folks comment made a good suggestions!


message 32: by Regan (new)

Regan Black | 37 comments Mod
I agree 100% Terri!


message 33: by Kellie (new)

Kellie Harrington | 10 comments very good suggestions.
im having Debra withdrawals. anyone else?


message 34: by Sandra (new)

Sandra  Valente (SandraValente) | 7 comments Kellie wrote: "very good suggestions.
im having Debra withdrawals. anyone else?"


Yes!!!


message 35: by Regan (new)

Regan Black | 37 comments Mod
Me too! I know the ebook edition of RAGE isn't far away, but I want it NOW. LOL


message 36: by Kellie (new)

Kellie Harrington | 10 comments how far away I might have been told but remind me :-)


message 37: by Regan (new)

Regan Black | 37 comments Mod
Looks like April 2013 - ack! I thought it was sooner, but we'll just have to hang out here or at the Faces of Evil website and get our fix chatting with Debra. (maybe she'll give us clues...)


message 38: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
I love hanging with you guys!


message 39: by Kellie (new)

Kellie Harrington | 10 comments thats cause we are cool cats! and we love you!


message 40: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
Kellie wrote: "thats cause we are cool cats! and we love you!"

Ditto, Kellie!


message 41: by Suzy (new)

Suzy | 15 comments Regan wrote: "Me too! I know the ebook edition of RAGE isn't far away, but I want it NOW. LOL"

I am definitely in withdrawal. I don't do ebooks, please Deb--some print books.


message 42: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
I'm sorry! March 26, the first three Faces of Evil books available in print for only $3.99 each. Then April comes Rage and July and August bring Revenge and Ruthless!


message 43: by Suzy (new)

Suzy | 15 comments Debra wrote: "I'm sorry! March 26, the first three Faces of Evil books available in print for only $3.99 each. Then April comes Rage and July and August bring Revenge and Ruthless!"

Yippee!!!!!


message 44: by Marijane (new)

Marijane | 37 comments I am confused, not unusual for me. LOL Are April, July and August the ebook release dates or paperback? If it is the paperback editions, does that mean those of us buying the ebook editions will have them sooner? Please say yes!


message 45: by Debra (new)

Debra Webb | 167 comments Mod
Marijane wrote: "I am confused, not unusual for me. LOL Are April, July and August the ebook release dates or paperback? If it is the paperback editions, does that mean those of us buying the ebook editions will h..."

Sorry, Marijane! Starting in April the books and ebooks will be released simultaneously!


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