Hunting Humans

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Pocket Books, 1988 - Mass murder - 354 pages
4 Reviews
Hunting Humans dares to take readers on a detailed tour of the minds, motivations and methods of six American serial and mass murderers and looks briefly at 20 others. Hardcover title: Compulsive Killers (New York University Press).

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Review: Hunting Humans: The Rise of the Modern Multiple Murderer

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Wow. I love the show Criminal Minds and thought a book about understanding serial killers and what makes them the way they are would be fascinating. This book was nightmarish with chapter upon chapter ... Read full review

Review: Hunting Humans: The Rise of the Modern Multiple Murderer

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Wow. I love the show Criminal Minds and thought a book about understanding serial killers and what makes them the way they are would be fascinating. This book was nightmarish with chapter upon chapter ... Read full review

Contents

The Modern Multiple Murderer
1
A Demonstration to the Authorities
25
Owning a Female Person
67
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Elliott Leyton is a professor of anthropology at Memorial University in Newfoundland. He holds research and faculty appointments in Ireland and England, has delivered lectures throughout Europe, the United States, and Canada, and is a past president of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association. Because of his recognized expertise in the psychology of the multiple killer he has established close links with police forces around the world. His books include "Dying Hard," "The Myth of Delinquency," "Hunting Humans," "Men of Blood" and "Touched by Fire "(with photographer Greg Locke).

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