As crowds formed outside the mansion to mourn their slain idol - Gianni Versace - one man ripped Versace ads from a magazine and daubed them in the designer's blood as a keepsake. Among the heartbroken fans there was a young man in his mid-twenties watching avidly. He seemed to be smiling. Why? That young man was Andrew Cunanan. In the months before he murdered Gianni Versace with two cold-blooded shots at close range, th crazed killer went on a murderous spree, taking the lives of five men. He eluded police for three months until 23 July 1997. After a dramatic standoff on a Miami houseboat, police found Cunanan inside the boat - slain by his own hand. This text tells a disturbing and intriguing expose of a man driven by an insatiable urge to kill. It examines why one of the world's most famous spree killers went to such evil lengths.