The Human Predator: A Historical Chronicle of Serial Murder and Forensic Investigation

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Berkley Books, 2005 - Psychology - 306 pages
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An expert in the field of forensic psychology looks at the history of human predators and those who struggle to bring them to justice, offering a detailed chronicle of the serial killer from ancient times to the present day, as well as the development of forensic science and psychology.

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User Review  - Joe Chacon - Goodreads

This book packs a guttural punch. Each page is chock full of explicit synopses recounting the gory history of serial murder. This is a great book if you want a gleaming look at the time line of serial ... Read full review

Contents

The License of Privilege
1
The Alliance of Ignorance
18
Murder and Science
35
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Katherine Ramsland currently teaches forensic psychology as an assistant professor at DeSales University in Pennsylvania.

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