I'm writing a horror/drama which features a woman who's lived her entire life in abusive relationships, and a billionaire psychopath who takes an interest in her because he is obsessed with beauty. This psychopath also becomes a serial killer through the course of the story. I was wondering how you guys feel about this dilemma I have with the story. Do you prefer to have two perspectives in the story, one from the victim and one from the killer, which means the reader will know who the killer is, or would you prefer it to stick to the victim's perspective and have the killer's identity be a secret? There is this plot point where the killer tries to trick the others into believing that he isn't the killer, but that it is someone else, and I feel like I've seen so many stories that have the "But HE was the killer all alooong!" And I dunno if it'll be as interesting as following the killer throughout the story as he plans out his murders and stuff. Whataya think?