Truth to be told, being the son of the world’s most egregious serial killer is quite difficult. Even more so as more murders occur in their own town. In the first book of the “Jasper Dent” trilogy, I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga, Jasper “Jazz” Dent, the son of serial killer William Cornelius “Billy” Dent, never had an easy life in the “not-so-quiet-anymore” town of Lobo’s Nod. Every day, his father’s teachings of how to trick and assassinate people echoes in his head, to the point in which he feels like he would actually commit the crime. Also, ever since Billy’s arrest, Jazz has been followed around by an obnoxious news reporter named Doug Weathers, who wanted to be famous once more by interviewing Jazz. To worsen Jazz’s life further, people looked at him peculiarly and tended to avoid him; as a result, he did not have many friends. Just as his situation seemed to have gotten to the point where it could not be any more miserable, another person has been murdered. Living with a serial killer for 13 years and constantly being reminded of the heinous misdemeanors his father committed, Jazz knew more people would be in danger, for he knew the signature of a serial killer when he sees one. As he told Sheriff G. William, the man who acquired an almost fatherly figure to Jazz, the sheriff turned a blind eye. As time goes on, many people in Lobo’s Nod suspected Jazz, as the old saying goes “like father, like son.” Can Jazz find the real killer before they slaughter more innocent lives, or worse, disappears and leaves a cold trail to start killing in a different place? For those who have a strong stomach and mind, follow Jazz as he tracks down “The Impressionist” to prove that he is innocent, and to prove to everyone, including himself, that he is not a killer.