Criminal Masterminds

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Little, Brown Book Group Limited, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 576 pages
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This book covers the stories of more than 50 of the most ruthless, devious and possibly notoriously intelligent criminals, and the way they masterminded their crimes. Sometimes it is hard not to be impressed by the sheer brilliance of their intellectual capabilities.

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User Review  - Elliots89 - LibraryThing

An interesting insight into some of the criminal masterminds over the years, gives a good brief introduction to a number of the evil people however does not go into too much detail. Definitely a good starting place for anyone with an interest in this specific area. Read full review

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Introduction
8
Attila the Hun
20
Genghis Khan
29
Copyright

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Anne Williams is currently Dean of Education at Winchester University. She has many years experience working in initial teacher education and with serving teachers and was previously Director of Initial Teacher Training at Birmingham University (1988-98).
Joanne Cliffe has a background of teaching physical education in schools and now works at the University of Birmingham where she is responsible for physical education initial teacher training and Masters physical education programmes for teachers.

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