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Serial By G. Lusby
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The small college town of Forest Lakes...a group of beautiful young girls who grew up in the community together...add an obsessed killer who feels taunted and aroused by their innocent flirting ways... More > and you have the perfect ingredients for filling a community with fear, uncertainty, and distrust. Who could be stalking these girls to fulfill his own desires and fantasies? The most obvious choices rise to the top...but some things are not so obvious.< Less
Montana serial murder By Collin Culberson
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This is a book about a man that is trying to stop a long string of murders on, and around his property.
Serial Murders and Other Poems By Rene F. Cardenas
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Opening the poetic door into death’s dark patio, planted with flowers of evil banality, accented with growths of sentiment amid decay
Serial Murders and Other Poems By Rene F. Cardenas
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Opening the poetic door into death’s dark patio, planted with flowers of evil banality, accented with growths of sentiment amid decay
Serial Killers By Lora Johnson
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Serial Killers Serial killers gain their notoriety in several ways... by the bizarre or brutal methods they use to single out and kill their victims, or by the sheer number of killings they carry... More > out. The majority act alone. Many are crazy psychopaths. Just pray to God one doesn't cross your path, or anyone in your family. This book contains the most deadly ones. If you are a lover of mystery thriller crime stories then this is the book for you.< Less
Serial Killers By Jenny Sychamore
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This book portrays few of the most notorious serial killer's the world has ever seen. If you are a fan of real mystery, thriller crime stories then this is the book for you.
Serial Thrillers By Charles Norton
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The story of Paul Temple, Dick Barton – Special Agent, Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future, Journey Into Space and the adventure serial on British radio. “The BBC seems bent on turning the... More > children into a new kind of drug addict for… serial thrillers…” (The Times – 17th December 1946) Following the end of the Second World War, a new form of radio entertainment would explode across Britain – the adventure serial. Whether solving murders, foiling conspiracies or journeying into space, the heroes of these radio serials would be the idols of an entire generation of post-war radio listeners. Dick Barton, Paul Temple, Dan Dare and Jet Morgan were once among the most famous names in British fiction. However, today they are almost forgotten. With detailed episode guides and behind-the-scenes stories, it is now once again possible to relive the excitement of one of radio’s most addictive formats and enjoy again the exploits of its most daring adventurers. WITH A SPECIAL INTRODUCTION BY NICHOLAS PARSONS< Less
Serial Killer : Human Being By Kait Wellman
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Lesser known serial killers. Special edition devoted to Leopold and Loeb.
Serial Killer : Human Being By Kait Wellman
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Lesser known serial killers. Special edition devoted to Leopold and Loeb.
African American Serial Killers By J E McClellan
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Three specifically flawed stereotypes surround our perceptions of serial killings and serial murder: (1) that the murder is almost always a White male crime, (2) that African-American males rarely... More > commit serial murder and (3) that those who commit serial murder are psychologically complex and intelligent therefore able to escape capture (Walsh, 2005). The latter stereotype tends to be biased and at worst, racist suggesting that African Americans are not sufficiently intelligent or psychologically complex enough to commit such crimes of stealth, plan their offenses and escape apprehension. African-American serial killers are less reported in the media particularly when their victims are other African-Americans and more reprehensibly, that their victims are African-American women and children. The lack of reporting, examination and comprehension of African-American serial homicide murderers is prejudicial to the victims and potential victims.< Less