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Criminal Shadows : Inside the Mind of the Serial Killer by David Canter (1994-08-01)

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  • By Kindle Customer on December 31, 2017

    Though a little outdated, this is a great read for those interested in criminal profiling. The author does a great job of explaining the basics and the in depth psychology behind profiling.

  • By J. Elliott on May 28, 2013

    This book is an oldie but goodie. The book is one of the first books out on criminal profiling. The paperback edition I purchased was updated. I purchased this book to fill in some voids in my knowledge about profiling and how it can be used. This book was a gold mine of methods and information. The author is very British so expect the syntax to not follow normal American English. Also expect that the methods will reference places and crimes form England. I found the information within the book, the use of statistics, geography and the details from the crime site to be very insightful as to the behavior and background of the criminal. Fair warning about this book, there will be references to psycholgist like Jean Piaget, and crime details not found in news articles that are graphic in detail. If you do not know much about development psychological theories, you maybe lost in several paragraphs.

  • By Toni on November 21, 2010

    There were some points of interest in this bok but to be honest I was disappointed. It was written more like an academic thesis. It was very wordy, taking an exceptional amount of time to say not much. There was a lot of sub-debate within the text. The author in subtle ways was quite complimentary of himself. I needed the information I thought this book would provide for crime fiction purposes. It didn't have enough of what I wanted. I didn't feel on reading this book that I had much insight into the actual mind of a serial killer.

  • By Marla on October 30, 2016

    This book is for Investigative Psychologists, Police Detectives and Private Investigators as well as students wishing to build a career in Professional detection of crime and criminality.

  • By Steven A. Jordan on January 20, 2018

    good story, all of you Connoly fans out there will love it.

  • By Kindle Customer on December 3, 2017

    A handbook for Profilers. This book, written by an Englishman, discusses profiling and how it works in England. While it is detailed and very results oriented, it is repetitious for the person who has read the earlier American works. It is interesting too see how the countries criminal systems differ.

  • By Mari on June 19, 2016

    Excellent book. Good narrative and excellent examples. A required reading for students and practitioners!

  • By Stacy M. on March 7, 2017

    Great read!

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