Serial Killers: The Insatiable Passion
This bestselling book has become a staple of every serious true crime book collector's library. One of the most reliable concise sources of information available about serial killers and their crimes, this book offers a psychological and sociological analysis of this most frightening yet fascinating criminal. Psychologist David Lester, recognized worldwide as a leading authority on death-both in the fields of suicide and homicide-offers a much-needed assessment of whether or not there is a dependable and useable psychological profile of the serial killer. Separating the facts from the myths by combining documented case histories of notable serial killers with behavioral research, Serial Killers: The Insatiable Passion has been welcomed and applauded as an important addition to the literature on serial killers by criminologists, psychologists, sociologists, law enforcement and true crime buffs alike.
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Review: Serial Killers: The Insatiable PassionUser Review - Goodreads
Creepy overview of various serial killers as well as some theory behind their actions.
Review: Serial Killers: The Insatiable PassionUser Review - Rashaun - Goodreads
I actually bought this book and a few others like it because I was doing research for a story. All in all, if you have an interest in aberrant psychology, this book is a must have. It starts out with ... Read full review
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