Psychopath - Keith Ablow Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330427628 / Author: Keith Ablow / Genre: Crime / Thriller
Newest Review: ... a expert to help them catch the ‘Highway Killer’, a person that has left over 10 bodies next the road in 10 states, Clevenger ... more
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Keith Russell Ablow Psychopath
Pages: 368, Paperback, Pan Books
Last Update 08.03.2014 07:43
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by - written on 16/08/07 (Very useful, 323 readings)
Who do you imagine would make the most effective and most difficult serial killer to catch? According to the fiction books that I read and TV shows like ‘Criminal Minds’ these killer’s are often caught because they follow patterns unknown to them, but obvious to people like psychologists. People in this profession will dictate instantly that the killer will be a white male between 20-40 who has a minor criminal record and abusive parents. The killer may be caught because of his very nature. Therefore, perhaps the most ‘successful’ killer would be someone who is a psychiatrist themselves? They would be able to use the knowledge they have to ensure they are never ... Read the complete review
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