Review of “Consent,” by Leo Benedictus

I’ve always been a fan of stalker lit*. When written in a first person narrative and done well, it can offer a delicious glimpse into the psyche of the disturbed. “Things we have in common” by Tasha Kavanagh was a good example of this genre, with its empathy-inducing school girl narrator, and “You” by Caroline Kepnes was a brilliant book...