Wicked Women: A Journey of Super Predators

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iUniverse, Jan 14, 2011 - Fiction - 420 pages
In Wicked Women, Dennis Stevens, a criminology professor and prison counselor, shares the fascinating life stories of fifteen super predators, detailing their early life experiences and criminal activities through the time they interacted with him in prison. Withholding their names and identities, he presents disturbing evidence and chronicles the long, destructive journeys of these super predators. Dr. Stevens spent several years among high-risk felons in some of the most heavily researched penitentiaries in America while teaching criminology at various universities. He uses his vast professional experience to create fictional vignettes based on real-life situations, offering a glimpse into the souls of creatures who carry out wicked acts under the cover of a mask of sanity. While presenting bizarre accounts of incredible human cruelty of every varietyincluding border raids, brutal beatings, cannibalism, rape, and gang warfareDr. Stevens provides a never-before-seen look into the backgrounds and twisted minds of people like Margo, a transgendered drug addict obsessed with setting fires, and Mary, a former New Orleans police officer convicted of killing her partner. Without censorship or interference from political police, Wicked Women presents eye-opening, unforgettable accounts of the outrageous thoughts and gruesome destruction of super predators.

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Dennis J. Stevens, PhD, graduated from Loyola University of Chicago and teaches criminology at University of North Carolina–Charlotte. He has published fourteen books and ninety-two studies on policing, corrections, and predators. He has instructed and counseled police officers at law academies, students at universities, and felons at maximum security penitentiaries.

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