After reading this book, readers will wonder if anyone in southern California is not a serial killer. In describing Randy Kraft's 67-victim murder spree as ``the Freeway killer,'' investigative reporter McDougal mentions several other serial killers. Although his book is well written and researched and definitely a nail-biter, McDougal leaves some questions open, such as how a small man like Kraft managed to both drive and toss bodies from a moving car. Mercifully, he does not try to psychoanalyze Kraft. Instead, he lets the killer speak for himself, and Kraft does so with chilling normalcy. This book will make readers look at their acquaintances and wonder if . . . ? Recommended for true crime collections.-- Lois Walker, Winthrop Coll. Lib., Rock Hill, S.C.