Have you ever watched a TV documentary and seen a Jeffrey Dahmer type and thought, "What the hell happened to him when he was a kid?" It is a natural curiosity to wonder what goes on in the life and mind of a predator. "The Man in the Woods," a book based on facts, takes you there! Imagine finding out your brother has been molesting little boys for more than 25 years. He takes them, hides them in the woods where he lives, tires of them, then discards them. Too ashamed to come forward, the children, who strangely love him, never reveal him as the monster he is. Do you remain silent? Ask yourself: If you knew someone in your family was committing major crimes, would you have the fortitude to turn him in? The Man in the Woods is a psychological suspense novel with painful elements, that takes you fearfully down the streets of Boston, through the barrios of Syracuse to present day and into the woods of Virginia Beach.