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Anchor 1989 (paperback)
Serial Killers
Norris, Joel
U.S.A.: Anchor. 1989.
257pp. Bibliography, Index. [Criminology]
ISBN: 0385263287

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Through extensive research and interviews with five notorious serial killers, author Joel Norris demonstrates that serial killers have specific biological and genetic makeups that can be identified as early as five years of age. A compelling read for both the curious layman and the concerned professional.


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