This is a dark, moody psychological thriller - Ronnie Hewitt has created a fascinating new character to add to the pantheon of great detectives and crime-solvers: Rob Ahearn, a criminal psychologist and profiler, whose unique 'gift' enables him to identify the perpetrators even where there is apparently no evidence of their crime. There is, however, a personal cost as the process creates havoc in a mind, already troubled by upheavals in his own life. In the case of "The Sawman" Ahearn discovers that the victims of the gruesome murders are even more evil than the perpetrator. He finds himself deliberating whether the murders are in society's interest, but as he wrestles with this moral dilemma and relives each shocking death his struggle to find the answer almost unhinges him. This is an intriguing modern-day thriller that delves deep into the under-belly of crime and the psychotic criminal mind. The plot rattles along at a tremendous pace while compelling the reader to participate in resolving the moral dilemma and the appropriate punishment for unspeakable crimes.