Wish there were more serial killer themed fantasy books? Here's where you can keep up with the latest releases!
Dark fantasy with its often horrific scenery and grim nature makes a perfect bedrock to host a serial killer thriller. Whether the serial killer is the main character or the villain, a thrill ride of fantasy adventure combined with murder mystery and crime fiction makes for a unique experience everyone can enjoy, although some serial killer thrillers are more gruesome than others and are only meant for those who can handle more disturbing content than the average reader of medieval fantasy books. We list fantasy serial killer novels as we find them, for there aren't that many out there. This is the hub for finding the latest serial killer fantasy thriller books. Serving to spread the hype, hoping more fantasy authors will pick up this exciting genre, us readers here at the home base of medieval crime fantasy books wish to help lovers of epic fantasy and murder mystery have a continued source for literary entertainment. Check back often as our list of medieval fantasy serial killer novels grows year after year. Thank you for supporting this amazing genre in fiction!
List of Medieval & Epic Fantasy Serial Killer Books:
#1. "Perfect Shadow" by Brent Weeks. Even the most current prophesizer can't predict what a well written serial killer will do, unless they're a writing genius. There's a good reason why Brent Weeks has dominated the fantasy serial killer genre thus far.
#2: "Virgin Killer: Sick with the Fairies" by Jon Stone. Although this book by the pseudonymous author Jon Stone is only available for pre-order on Kindle until June 20, 2020, this title has the potential to make for a legendary contribution to the genre as we expect great things after reading the heavy claim mentioned in the synopsis: "Read what happens when Tolkien's The Hobbit meets Hitchcock's Psycho to introduce the sickest serial killer the dark fantasy genre has ever soon."
#3. "Heart of the Destroyer" by Kent Corlain." This dark fantasy novel isn't afraid to show the immoral. "A nasty story about nasty people," Kent Corlain warns readers to expect debauchery as the story of one life means the death of other lives. Sometimes as a reaser, delving into the unknown is served best when that unknown is served without fear of satisfying popular morals.
#4. "Eye of the Equifade: Strange Case Files (Warfell and Fey Book 1)" by JA Stone." A fantasy serial killer book with a female protagonist... many dreams just came true as JA Stone makes a unique twist on the fantasy genre with this series. British Fey and her partner hunt serial killers in a fantasy world with swords in sorcery. What more could you ask for?