Diary of a Serial Killer

Front Cover
Bantam Dell, 2007 - Fiction - 352 pages
1 Review
For defense attorneys Zack Wilson and Terry Tallach, time is precious. Not just because they’re paid by the hour. Or because their careers have taken off after a succession of high-profile cases. Or because a baffling, shocking serial murder case is threatening to tear Zack’s family apart. For these two lawyers, time is precious because they have just walked into the wrong courtroom at the wrong time, where a man is shooting a gun into a crowd that includes Zack’s innocent young son.

But until the last second, there’s hope. While a woman detective desperately races through the city streets to stop a sadistic serial killer, while a puzzle of lies, madness, and brutal manipulation comes together, two men are out of time—for everything but the truth....

What people are saying - Write a review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - sjmccreary - LibraryThing

In this 3rd book by Ed Gaffney, defense attorneys Zach Wilson and Terry Tallach have been appointed to handle the request for a hearing for re-trial of a convicted serial killer. Despite the fact that ... Read full review

Other editions - View all

About the author (2007)

Ed Gaffney took ten years of work as a criminal lawyer, added an overactive imagination, and came up with a new career as a novelist. This has led to an unexpected number of requests from his softball teammates to appear with Terry and Zack in future books.

Ed lives west of Boston with his wife, New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann, their two children, and their anxious, but ever-loyal dogs, Sugar and Spice. He is the author of Premeditated Murder and Suffering Fools, both featuring Zack Walker and Terry Tallach, and is currently at work on his fourth legal thriller, which Dell will publish in Spring 2008.

Bibliographic information