Michael Connelly’s Lincoln Lawyer, which is the first book in his Mickey Haller series, explores this question in-depth. Description from authorstephaniethomas.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
In the tradition of Thomas Harris and Patricia Cornwell, this bone-chilling tale from Edgar-Award winner Michael Connelly is a masterful psychological thriller in which a journalist uncovers the trail of a serial killer with an unlikely choice of victims - homicide detectives.
Again, I couldn't put this sequel down either. Full of useful and useless tidbits of information that are as mind-boggling as they are duh-simple. Like, why do brownstones have so many steps up to the front door? So horse sewage wouldn't leak into the house.