Dangerous Women: Why Mothers, Daughters, and Sisters Become Stalkers, Molesters, and Murderers

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Prometheus Books, Publishers, 2008 - True Crime - 310 pages
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Though men are still most often the perpetrators of murder, violent assault, and child molestation, more girls and women are becoming dangerous criminals. Blending humanity with scientific rigor and evocative case material, this book draws readers into the direct experiences of dangerous girls and women, their families, and the professionals who try to understand and help them.

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Review: Dangerous Women: Why Mothers, Daughters, and Sisters Become Stalkers, Molesters, and Murderers

User Review  - Georgie - Goodreads

This book is enough to make me actually tract down the author and propose arguments with him. It's laughable to even think the way he does. If he should want a subject on this matter, he can interview ... Read full review

Review: Dangerous Women: Why Mothers, Daughters, and Sisters Become Stalkers, Molesters, and Murderers

User Review  - Eva Leger - Goodreads

I'm floored that this has decent ratings. Floored. This righteous bastard pissed me the hell off. Britney! OMG! Lindsay! OMG! They're sooo bad! It's all their fault! Believe me please! Please! Please ... Read full review

Contents

FOREWORD
11
Lindsay Lohan
37
Mean Girls
44
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Morris is a clinical psychologist with a private practice in Tucson, Arizona.

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