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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.
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Martingale, Moira. Cannibal Killers
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Ressler, Robert; Ann Burgess, and John Douglas. Sexual Homicide: Patterns, Motives & Procedures for Investigation
Seltzer, Mark. Serial Killers
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