From Publishers Weekly
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It's like having these cases analyzed by Sherlock Holmes, except now he's a hardboiled detective from Long Island. Yet never lacking compassion and empathy. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Paul Cernea
These cases fascinate me so the book was a great purchase in that it has a ton of interesting information. The only downfall for me is that some of the language is very advanced. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Kate Flanagan
I am a huge true crime buff. I love watching crime shows, practically inhaled the entirety of "Forensic Files," and frequently look up such cases online. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jessica Lynn
A lot of key details are highlighted in these summaries of notorious cases – details that might often have been lost to the reader in full-length books about each individual crime. Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. Schultz
This is engrossing.
I especially enjoy reading how a profiler describes the possible killer, the kind of psychological characteristics that s/he probably has, and even... Read more
Bought this book on a Friday and finished it by Sunday afternoon. Fascinating and riveting all at once. Could not put it down.Published 3 months ago by Brett J. Talley
The book is pretty good, although I didn't care for the first part on Jack the Ripper. I rarely say this, but the first part is almost too detailed, pontificating a bit much -... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sue
The author takes you step-by-step through the profiling of major iconic cases -- well written and quite fascinating… And very disturbing.Published 8 months ago by ASONGBIRD