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Disguise of Sanity: Serial Mass Murderers by…

Disguise of Sanity: Serial Mass Murderers

by Michael Cartel

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0961462507, Hardcover)

From the "Murder Castle" of the first serial killer, Herman Mudgett, to the random torture-killing spree of Christopher Wilder, Disguise of Sanity selects twenty-one contrasting cases of multicide to illustrate the most dangerous and efficient kind of killer; the serial mass murderer.

Mint condition / Contains 70 photographs.

Forward by former Los Angeles Police Chief, Senator Ed Davis / Commentary by former Los Angeles County Sheriff Sherman Block.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:19 -0400)

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