The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris

In this gripping psychological thriller, a young FBI trainee is enlisted to interview an incarcerated and manipulative cannibalistic serial killer to gain insight into the mind of another active serial murderer. The trainee must navigate a complex game of cat and mouse, using her own wits and the killer's insights to understand and anticipate the criminal's moves before he strikes again. As she delves deeper into the investigation, she confronts not only the horrors of the criminal mind but also the darkness within her own past, leading to a tense and chilling confrontation.

The 732nd greatest book of all time


Published
1988
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
350-450
Words
110,942
Original Language
English

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