I'm sort of stuck in the O + P piles at the moment, because I'm more than a little spoilt for choice. This didn't exactly appeal at first glance - "Meet the Dublin Serial Killer they call The Priest" and the "oh my god not another bloody serial killer book" gag reaction set in. Fight the reflex is all I'll say until I write up a full review.
From the Blurb:
His name is The Priest.
His weapon is a Crucifix.
His victims don't have a prayer.
Was it luck, really? Some might call it fate. Others the manifest presence of God's guiding hand.
His name is THE PRIEST.
His weapon is A CRUCIFIX.
His victims don't have A PRAYER.
A killer is stalking the dark streets of Dublin. Before each attack, he makes the sign of the cross; then he sends his victims to God.