Detective/psychologist Alex Cross matches wits with a serial killer. (Actually, he's more of an assassin). Although Cross is very good at what he does, it would seem he's met his match. But when things get personal, he is even more determined to catch the killer.
There is a good balance of action and human interaction; it's not just a bunch of killings and/or chase scenes. If you're a fan of James Patterson's Alex Cross books you'll enjoy it even more.
To be honest, the killer does do some horrible things to people, but there is not a lot of gore shown.
Content warnings would be violence, some gore, some language and one bed seen (no nudity).
Lots of action, and the characters are easy to relate to. I enjoyed it.