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A Voice out of Nowhere: Inside the mind of a mass murderer Paperback – September 4, 2013
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In the pre-dawn hours of a drizzly winter morning, a 22-year-old man with no history of violence savagely murdered six members of his family. What incited him to kill the people he loved? What was in his mind? A Voice out of Nowhere is the true story of a young man's sudden plunge into mental illness where voices and delusions commanded him to do the unthinkable. Drawing from court transcripts, interviews and eye-witness statements, A Voice out of Nowhere takes the reader deep into the mind of a psychotic killer and explores the awful consequences of untreated mental illness.
About the Author
Born in British Columbia, Janice Holly Booth spent more than two decades as a non-profit CEO before becoming a full-time writer and speaker. Her first book, Only Pack What You Can Carry, is about personal growth through solo adventure travel and was published by National Geographic in 2011. Janice currently resides near Charlotte, North Carolina.
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I'm not sure I would recommend this to the "casual" reader - it is not fiction, and is not entertaining - but it does provide a clearer insight into the mind of the severely mentally ill that most of us do not understand. I recommend for those who want to understand better.