Dahmer's Not Dead by Elizabeth Steffen

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In November 1994, one of history's most diabolical serial-killers is beaten to death by another inmate in the prison where he was serving fifteen consecutive life sentences. Jeffrey Dahmer is dead. Or is he? Two weeks after the madman's body is buried, another cannibalistic murder spree begins. Fingerprints, DNA, and modus operandi all link Dahmer to the hideous crimes. Homicide cop Helen Closs is certain it's all a hoax or a clever copycat...until the night her own phone rings, and Jeffrey Dahmer himself begins to speak... Dahmer's Not Dead is the latest collaborative effort by acclaimed horror novelist Edward Lee and serial-killer expert Elizabeth Steffen. Don't expect the same explicit hardcore horror that Edward Lee is so well-known for. Instead, Dahmer's Not Dead is a brilliant and technically accurate police-procedural thriller on par with the best crime novelists working today.

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Edward Lee lives in St. Petersburg Beach, where, if he had the chance, he would gladly eat his own weight in seafood. He's the author of over a dozen novels, including Coven, Succubi, Incubi, Ghosts, Creekers, and The Bighead, 60 short stories, multiple comic scripts and novellas. He has two new novels coming in 2002 from Leisure Horror. For a full biography and detailed bibliography please go to the The Domain of Edward Lee.
Published June 6, 2011 by Necro Publications. 248 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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But Helen Cross, a captain of the Wisconsin State Police Violent Crimes Unit, detects nuances in the crimes that suggest that a copycat with a different m.o.

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