Serial Killers: The Growing Menace

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Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, 1988 - True Crime - 249 pages
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Through extensive research and interviews with five notorious serial killers, author Joel Norris demonstrates that serial killers have specific biological and genetic makeups that can be identified as early as five years of age. A compelling read for both the curious layman and the concerned professional. From the Trade Paperback edition.

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User Review  - Jhayebyrd - Goodreads

I read this many years ago but from what I remember this book was extremely interesting. The ins and outs of a serial killers mind, the testing and research. Intense. Read full review

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User Review  - Anna Tatelman - Goodreads

While I am having a very difficult time buying into the premise of this book (I find it difficult to believe that the CHOICE to murder countless individuals could ever be a true illness), it is nonetheless a gripping read. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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The Serial Killer in Our Midst
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CThe Phases of Serial Murder
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Copyright

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