Those of us morbid enough to love reading True Crime novels know how fascinating it can be to go inside the investigation and find out how the bad guy gets caught. Better than any forensics television show is Ann Rule's Kiss Me, Kill me. Rule, in my opinion, is the best of the best in the True Crime genre. She writes with a flare, making the book as easy to read to as any fiction novel, and she really knows her stuff, so you know you are getting a real insider's look at the case. In Kiss Me, Kill Me, the reader is treated to 8 true stories about what can happen when you trust a stranger. This book is truely chilling, and reminds you to lock your doors, even if you feel safe at home. There are many pages of photographs, driving home the point that these things really do happen, and that we are all curious about the darker side of society. If you are new to the genre, this would be an excellent place to start.