Alright so this is a story I came up with but I'm trying to focus on one so this one has to go on the back burner for quite a while, but I wanted to know if it was even plausible or worth setting aside for later because I have a lot of other ideas and if I wrote a book for every idea I had then I would beat James Patterson and Stephen King combined by triple. So the story idea goes as followed. What's worse than a serial killer? A family of them. No, seriously. The family would consist of four, maybe five members in a close knit group that travel around from location to location. Everyone in the family is skilled and trained, each of them learning from their parents from a young age what would appear to them to be normal things. How to fool people, how to pick pockets, how to lure your target, how to disappear, how to clean up after your kill, all of these things seemingly normal to them, all tricks of the family trade. Murder. I think I would focus on a female character. She's the younger of the group but if I go with five members she would have a younger sibling. She's just turning old enough to start killing others by her families standards. Each of the family has a type, that certain way and certain person they love to kill. The mom could love strangling men she seduces or the father could love to gut people. the old brother to remove body parts. IDK. It's open you know? So they set up so that each of them can get their fill. the character could be struggling, searching for the acceptance of her family though not a hundred percent sure of herself yet, trying to figure out what type of person she would want to kill and if she would even want to kill. Is she like her family, or perhaps will she use the skills she was taught to try and escape them and make a life of her own.