Serial Killers is intended to fill a void in the serial killer literature. Little has been written about the plethora of challenging issues that permeate the serial killer cases or massive murder investigations. This book provides a collection of essays that focus on some of those rich issues. Taken as a whole, the essays take the perspective of the Green River Murders and the turbulent relationship of the many people it touched over two decades. Although the essays revolve around the Green River Murders, the issues identified and explored in the essays are relevant to any in-depth discussion of such controversial topics as murder investigations, justice, victimology, interrogation techniques, media coverage of crime, and grief. Serial Killers is written in a style that would appeal to true crime readers.