Maybe a touch too graphic for me (not only with the violence, but some of the sexual parts of the book as well - could have done without the graphic description of fisting really).
It was an interesting read, based around the hunt for a serial killer with a thing against school bullies. The character of Newson was pretty good, but made me feel embarassed for him most of the time (can't be easy when you're in love with your second in command - Natasha was good fun as well). It really picked up on the internet and the popularity of sites like Friends Reunited.
I did kind of figure out who the killer was though - Elton did make it rather obvious (how else would the killer get into the homes), but there were a couple of good red herrings in there.