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1Andrew-theQM
Mar 25, 8:58pm Top

By the latter stage of the story what was your impression of Seagraves, and particularly his need to have momentos of those he killed?

2bhabeck
Mar 25, 9:10pm Top

I said it before - the more we got to know him, the less I liked him (really the more I despised him). He was arrogant, greedy and I was glad that he was dealt with. I just wish he'd had to stand trial after the authorities connected him to all of the "mementos"

3Olivermagnus
Mar 25, 11:46pm Top

I am an obsessive devotee of Criminal Minds and all Ann Rule books. Only a psychopath likes to collect mementos.

4Carol420
Edited: Mar 26, 7:23am Top

>3 Olivermagnus: Me too! I own all the Criminal Minds series DVD's...and Ann Rule..rules. He was a psychopath with a capital "P". He got just punishment. If he had gone to trial he may have walked out under a mental deficiency defense...just can't trust those lawyers...or have gotten a Club Med vacation in a cushy Federal prison. Killing was exactly what he deserved.

5EadieB
Mar 26, 2:45pm Top

I would say that Seagraves was a psychopath too.

6Sergeirocks
Mar 26, 4:58pm Top

A very cold and focused individual. The term 'psychopath' fits him like a glove. His collecting was a real obsession for him.

7jodiesohl
Mar 27, 12:34am Top

His job made it so easy for him to be a psychopath. Had he not make the one comment about saving a memento from those his killed as a way to respect them, I would have thought he was a sociopath. What a creep I'm glad Stone shot him.

8ColinMichaelFelix
Mar 27, 12:42pm Top

That's how I like my villains. Villainous not simply the misunderstood but good guy deep underneath. I love to hate my villains and wish them unspeakable horrors. Fun times in reading.

9Carol420
Mar 27, 1:49pm Top

>8 ColinMichaelFelix: You must have loved old Tony then:)

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