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In The Minds of Murderers by Paul Roland
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In The Minds of Murderers

by Paul Roland

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This is a fascinating look at the art of criminal profiling. The pages aren't filled with gory details. Instead, we're given the truth behind profiling of all crimes, including rape, kidnapping, and serial murder. Paul Roland offers multiple examples of both recent and historical cases. There are also sections specifically about child killers and female killers.

Roland's writing style is engaging. This is an easy but informative read for anyone intrigued by the criminal mind. ( )
  Darcia | Jan 17, 2013 |
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'Reading' the minds of murderers is a fascinating area of criminal detection, drawing extensively on the more disturbing areas of psychology, and life-long experience of crime. This title is an exhaustive look at the area, from the mid-19th century onwards.… (more)

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