My Sister, the Serial Killer opens with an intriguing two sentences: "Ayoola summons me with these words—Korede, I killed him. I had hoped I would never hear those words again."
Because the dead man—Femi—is the third boyfriend that Ayoola has killed. And each time, Korede—a successful nurse with expert cleaning abilities—has helped Ayoola dispose of the body and cover her tracks. The first time she killed a man, Ayoola claimed self-defense. But then it happened again. And by the time Ayoola kills Femi, Korede is beginning to suspect that there might be something more to the story. Korede googles it: Three murders makes a serial killer. And that means Ayoola is a serial killer.
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