This book is not a celebration of Dahmer's deeds. It is an examination. It is attempt to deal with a monster, to cope. For the victim's families...you have my smypathy, but this story must be told. Uncensored, and not in people magazine's top 25 most intriguing poeple of 1991 list. Come. Walk with me for a while, maybe you'll learn a little something about darkness, and the wretched things that scurry in it's folds. Maybe not.