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The World's Most Evil Psychopaths: Horrifying True-Life Cases

by John Marlowe

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This series of four True Crime paperbacks give a detailed insight to some of the world's most evil crimes. You've seen it on TV, now read about the crimes that have shocked the world! A series that is sure to keep us reading for hours!

The World’s Most Evil Psychopaths provides a concise yet detailed look at some of the most dangerous individuals who have ever lived. Starting with examples of the earliest recorded psychopaths, author John Marlowe presents a carefully chosen cross section of history’s most infamous criminals.
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This work includes a carefully chosen cross-section of the world's most infamous psychopaths, whose fascinating life stories are told in unflinching fashion. This makes for a chilling yet compelling and engrossing read. It features more than 70 grittily revealing photos. Case histories covered include Gilles de Rais, Elizabeth Bathory, Mary Anne...… (more)

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