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Author Robert Abatti enters the mind of a killer in new psychological thriller

"Birds of Prey" by Robert Abatti

The research showed that most serial killers are not ‘psychopaths’ as portrayed on TV/movies, but more sociopathic and your next-door neighbor type.

Unique, interesting characters and a captivating plot—these are two important elements to any good read. Author Robert Abatti has fulfilled these two necessary elements in his new book, “Birds of Prey.”

“Birds of Prey follows Lieutenant DiMarco as he makes the discovery of freshly dug graves in the Mojave Desert bearing the same signature of a notorious serial killer thought to have been caught by the FBI and executed in West Virginia.

Filled with many twists and turns, government interference and complicated characters, “Birds of Prey” takes the readers on a journey into the mind of a serial killer as Lieutenant DiMarco realizes this is the only means to catch the killer.

Readers will be engaged and entertained as Abatti masterfully reveals the fine line that separates the hunter from his prey during the pursuit—revealing that the line is often times far thinner than could be imagined.

“I did intensive research into many of the not so famious serial killers, as well as the notorious ones (i.e., Charles Manson/Ted Bundy), into their psychiatric/medical backgrounds. The research showed that most serial killers are not ‘psychopaths’ as portrayed on TV/movies, but more sociopathic and your next-door neighbor type. This gave me the basis of my story of one such killer,” Abatti said.

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“Birds of Prey”
By: Robert Abatti
ISBN: 978-1-4969-1761-4
Available in softcover ($26.95)
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse

About the author
Robert Abatti was born and raised in New York. He graduated from New York University and New York Medical College before completing his residency at the University of Southern California. He is a practicing family physician with over thirty years of medical experience, who began writing as a medical student. He resides in Northern California with his wife, children, and grandchildren

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