In His Blood by Harold R. Daniels
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
One of the earliest and best of the novels that employ the dual narratives of a serial killer and the cop trying to track him down. The novel really excels in how it portrays both of these characters, you feel that you know and understand them, a difficult objective for any writer. The author and novel have been largely forgotten over time, so this terrific novel was a very welcome surprise. Well deserving of it's 1956 Edgar Award nomination and highly recommended.
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