They Walk Among Us is an interesting collection of serial killers around the globe. The book opens with arguably the most famous serial killer in history, Jack the Ripper. The ones you expect to find are present also, Bundy, BTK, Son of Sam, Gacy etc along with some I either did not know or could remember only after starting their chapter. The chapters provide the facts of the cases and a bit of what is known about the serial killer. It was interesting how the authors set the stage by going back in time and giving us a bit of headline history for the years involved. The authors dedicate this book to the victims and their families. They then closed each chapter with a list of the victims so it is the victims who stay with you. I really appreciated this. They are who we should be remembering. sadly their names are overshadowed by their murderers. The book is not a long read. The chapters are short and compelling to read. However it did take me extra time to read as the shock and horror takes time to process. I would find myself weeping for the victims and thinking about them after each chapter. It is a violent and graphic book as expected. I'm not certain one can write a book like this and not have that. Their are some pictures in each chapter. On the Kindle, which is what I read it on, you can tap on these to enlarge them. The table of contents is there but not user friendly. I solved this by highlighting each chapter title and can use my notes to go to a specific place. That was the only issue I had with the book. I would, and have, recommended it to true crime readers. My actual rating is 4.5 stars. but because you cannot give half a star I have to go either up or down. I am choosing to go up as it was not an issue with content or the writing that I deducted half a star.