Dusty Book: The Killer’s Wife by Bill Floyd

If you’ve watched The Following at all last season, perhaps you’ve wondered why the serial killer’s wife didn’t bother to change her name, hide her son, or—oh heck, even MOVE OUT OF THE SAME METRO AREA. (amiright?)

In Bill Floyd’s creepy thriller The Killer’s Wife, Nina Mosely did what she was supposed to do when her husband was put on death row—changed her name, moved halfway across the country with her young son. And tried to forget that she lived with a madman for years without realizing it. Unfortunately, she’s uncovered by the father of one of her ex’s victims and a publicity nightmare ensues.  When copycat crimes start to happen,  a desperate Nina turns to a husband-and-wife PI team for help.

A great addition to the serial-killer shelves.



About the Author:

Rebecca Vnuk is the editor for Collection Management and Library Outreach at Booklist. She is also the author of 3 reader’s-advisory nonfiction books: Read On…Women’s Fiction (2009), Women’s Fiction: A Guide to Popular Reading Interests (2014), and Women’s Fiction Authors: A Research Guide (2009). Follow her on Twitter at @Booklist_RVnuk.

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