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Frozen Blood: Serial and Psycho Killers in Ireland
Sheridan, Michael
Ireland: Mentor Books. 2003.
220pp. [Partial Ripper Content]
ISBN: 1842102060

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This book traces the horrifying phenomenon of serial killers from Jack the Ripper; Ted Bundy; and Dick Hickock and Perry Smith to present-day Ireland. A distinct new pattern of killing women has emerged in this country which is one almost exclusively used by serial killers. To powerful and disturbing effect, Michael Sheridan examines the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of several women in Ireland. With the help of a prominent forensic psychiatrist he provides terrifying profiles of killers active in Ireland today.