Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

What Makes Serial Killers Tick?

Bibliography

Crime Times: An online newsletter devoted to reporting research which suggests that criminal activity is the result of brain malfunctions. One of the best resources available for the biophysiological causes of violence.

(http://www.crime-times.org)

Dahmer, Lionel. Father's Story

Egger, Steven. Killers Among Us

Everitt, David, and Harold Schechter. A To Z Encyclopedia of Serial Killers

Foreman, Laura, editor. True Crime: Serial Killers

Jennifer Furio The Serial Killer Letters: A Penetrating Look Inside the Minds of Murderers. The Charles Press Publishers, 1998.

Gekoski, Anna, Murder by Numbers: British Serial Sex Killers since 1950: Their Childhoods, Their Lives, Their Crimes.   London: Andre Deutsch, Ltd. 1998.

King, Brian. Lustmord: The Writings and Artifacts of Murderers

Leyton, Elliott. Hunting Humans; Inside the Mind of Mass Murderers

Martingale, Moira. Cannibal Killers

Meloy, J. Reid. Psychopathic Mind; Origins, Dynamics, and Treatment

Norris, Joel. Serial Killers: The Growing Menace

Ressler, Robert; Ann Burgess, and John Douglas. Sexual Homicide: Patterns, Motives & Procedures for Investigation

Seltzer, Mark. Serial Killers

Richard Tithecott Of Men and Monsters: Jeffrey Dahmer and the Construction of the Serial Killer. 

Williams, Colin and David Seaman, The Serial Killers: A Study in the Psychology of Violence.  London: Virgin Publishing, 1997.

 

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