I told several folks (like my husband, guys at work, some friends) about the latest book I was reading and almost always the person I am having a conversation with would blurt out a description of what their view of The Perfect Woman is....I won't even site an example of what was mentioned.
James Andrus' novel, The Perfect Woman is a story of a serial killer, out to catch him is a police haunted by the case of his missing daughter.
William Dremmel lures a woman and gives her a combination of medication until her life slowly runs out, he is determined to find the perfect woman and in conjugating a precise formula for his victims. William or Billy then places these lifeless victims in a luggage with no leads nor prints at random places until the police find them.
John Stallings is a highly decorated and well respected detective who has a good heart especially with runaways as her daughter Jeannie is one and has not been found yet. He strives to be a good father to his to other children, a supportive husband to his wife who has her ups and downs in coping with her eldest daugter's disappearance.
I found The Perfect Woman to be such a great roller coaster ride, it has its dark moments, some fun and a lot of action. I truly love James Andrus' writing style, as it is very visual and to me the story could be made into a film. If you have some spare time, this is a good read.