Talking with Serial Killers: The Most Evil People in the World Tell Their Own Stories

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John Blake Pub., May 23, 2003 - 330 pages
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An investigative criminologist, Christopher Berry-Dee is a man who talks to serial killers. Their pursuit of horror and violence is described in their own words, transcribed from audio and videotape interviews conducted deep inside some of the toughest prisons in the world. Berry-Dee describes the circumstances of his meetings with some of the world's most evil men and reproduces, verbatim, their very words as they describe their crimes and discuss their remorse -- or lack of it. This work offers a penetrating insight into the workings of the criminal mind.

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Review: Talking with Serial Killers: The Most Evil People in the World Tell Their Own Stories

User Review  - Hannah - Goodreads

Clark and Bundy was interesting chapter, for the seeming injustice and cover-up. The rest although insights were given into character of a serial killer so as to have an educational purpose to the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Andrew K - Goodreads

“Talking with Serial Killers” was an outstanding book for the driving question of “ How do past experiences affect the way a serial killer kills?”. It was great for explaining why these cold-blooded ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

Christopher Berry-Dee's previous books include "Monster: My True Story" and "Shared Madness.

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