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Signet Book, Oct 17, 1996 - Fiction - 416 pages
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Adam Barrow takes readers on a journey to their worst nightmares and beyond in the ambitious and provocative Flawless. Enter the dark and twisted mind of a vicious serial killer who cleverly hides behind a mask of impeccably handsome features and a successful career--hidden until he is all too willing to kill and kill again. Flawless was prominently featured in People magazine's "Nail Biter of the Week" column.

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User Review  - Dokfintong - LibraryThing

I am not big on books about serial killers and this one is hard to take. Written mostly from the POV of the father the ex-con, and the son who is the killer, the book is pretty gritty. I suspect that ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

The corporate downscaler as serial killeran appealing conceit given long, lumpy, lifeless treatment in the pseudonymous Barrow's debut. Michael Woodrow is a flawlessly handsome management consultant ... Read full review


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