Every now and again a daft scheme plays out in your favour. This is my second "E" book in this sweep, and it is an absolutely fantastic book to read. (Yes I am well aware of how odd that sounds when the central theme is about a serial killer). This isn't, however, one of those inside the head of the serial killer books - which we're all well over by now - but it's about the investigation side, and a glimpse into the life of a man who survived an attack years before. So far it's wonderful, and the book that I can blame this week's disrupted sleep on. It's proving very hard to put down.