Psychologist Gary Schaade started receiving tapes and letters from potential killers soon after releasing his best-selling book, Psyche of a Serial Killer. When Gary received a tape at his office, he was sure it is another entertaining attempt to scare him and his wife. This tape was different: a confession to prove his theory. Gary always theorized that the deadliest of serial killers were ones without motive. As more tapes arrive, it becomes obvious that Gary may finally have the confession he's needed to prove it. But how far will he go? When the murders get more personal, Gary will have a difficult choice to make. Will he sacrifice the lives of those close to him to further his career? Is it truly possible to have No Motive for Murder?