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So it comes as no surprise to find Lawrence Block, P. James, Joseph Wambaugh, Colin Watson and other authors of the highest rank turning their attention to the serial murderer.
But inspiration, alas, strikes lesser authors as well, and the exploitative violence deplored by Ms. Brown surfaces elsewhere in thrillers published during this past ''Year of the Serial Killer.
Their methodology is always madly inventive, their brains not too addled to master even such tricky chores as crucifixion and flaying. The clever devils also seem to know more than most anthropologists about ancient Saxon fertility goddesses and arcane Toltec sacrifice rituals.
Ressler, a special agent with the behavioral science unit of the F. Academy and a co-author of ''Sexual Homicide: Patterns and Motives,'' a study of serial sex murderers. What you'll find are bright but uneducated people, some with I. Sincewhen the F. As Ms. Brener intimates, Homicidal Maniac - Blasphemous Creation - Rest In Pieces (CD), the serial-killer novel has already acquired genre conventions. In these books, police department homicide units generally know a lot about forensic pathology and next to nothing about behavioral science.
A single visit by the hero to the department psychologist often suffices to clear away the cobwebs. Brener, who once pasted paper over an Homicidal Maniac - Blasphemous Creation - Rest In Pieces (CD) torture scene in a book before she put it on the shelf Homicidal Maniac - Blasphemous Creation - Rest In Pieces (CD) her store.
If the serial killer would confine his appearance to literary trash, we might just hold our nose and give him a wide berth. But his mad grin also flashes at us from mainstream crime fiction, in the works of first-time novelists and best-selling authors alike.
Writing as John Sandford, John Camp, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, made his fiction debut earlier this year with a novel about a vicious serial murderer who calls himself Maddog. Robert B. Kienzle in Detroit and others have kept the Ripper on the go by introducing him into regional detective series. Women authors such as Paula Gosling are beginning to notice him.
A serial murderer will soon be roaming the English countryside in ''Devices and Desires,'' P. James's new mystery, coming out in February. With all the serious attention being paid, the killer must have something more important to tell us than where he Homicidal Maniac - Blasphemous Creation - Rest In Pieces (CD) his knives sharpened. To some authors, a murderer who kills repeatedly and in a systematic fury - but who often goes uncaught - projects the powerful image of a genuine fear that violent crime has gone out of control.
On their own patch of ground, anyway. In ''The Eighth Victim,'' Eugene Izzi writes of a Chicago homicide detective working a serial murder case and frightened by ''this seemingly sudden new attitude toward death, the increase in senseless violent crime. After [ Richard ] Speck. Suddenly the people seemed to know that it could happen here after all, and their idea of the American Dream changed. Izzi's detective passes no judgment.
That's all. Other authors share this impulse to objectify the killer by depicting him as an outside force that must be contained for the good of society. Many more writers, however, seem to view him as a creature of society's own id, as the killer within; even real killers agree with that: ''If anyone considers me a monster, that's just something they'll have to confront in themselves,'' said Ted Bundy, who was executed as a serial killer earlier this year.
Bundy's protests that he was ''dehumanized'' by a society bent on denying its own murderous impulses can hardly be made, though, by the fictional killers inspired by him and his kind.
Pattern murderers are routinely revealed in novels as being ''one of us. He was sure they had lots in common. To be sure, some writers get a little too close for comfort in examining these murderous impulses, which is why the crime novels of James Ellroy and Andrew Vachss, among others, are deeply unnerving, rather than merely unpleasant. Still, most psychopaths become richer, more terrifying characters when authors aren't afraid to take a good, long look into their wild souls.
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