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For decades now, serial killers have taken center stage in the news and entertainment media. The coverage of real-life murderers such as Ted Bundy and Jeffrey Dahmer has transformed them into ghoulish celebrities. Similarly, the popularity of fictional characters such as Hannibal 'The Cannibal" Lecter or Dexter demonstrates just how eager the public is to be frightened by these human predators. But why is this so? Could it be [...]
 
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The year was 1955. Scott Major, a World War 1 Veteran and later a police detective for the Gulfport Texas. He was enjoying his retirement, when his last partner, Detective Steve Collins asked for his help, in solving a serial killer case. Coming out of retirement he quickly learned he was not the detective he was before. He was still feeling guilty of working long hours, when his wife died of an illness. What would he find [...]
 
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Indoctrination by John Harrison
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Love You To Death - A Psychological Crime Thriller by Rita Ames
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Death's Angel - A Detective Al Warner Suspense by George A Bernstein
The second serial killer in less than a year is prowling the streets of Miami, systematically killing off some of South Florida's most beautiful young women. Detective Al Warner is just back on The Job, fully recovered from a bullet wound that cracked his skull during a deadly chance encounter with another madman. Due to rigorous rehabilitation, Warner is in the best physical shape of his life, but his days are laced with [...]
 
Death Island by Mark Juneski
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Who Killed Ben Miller? & Death of a Juror by D. A. Featherling
WHO KILLED BEN MILLER? It's 1930 - in the midst of Prohibition and the Depression. A young farmer is murdered and left on a lonely country road outside a small Central Texas town. Eighty-four years later only a few will talk about the crime. Could a suspect have been arrested and charged? Why did that never happen? Current research points to interesting possibilities never explored until now. DEATH OF A JUROR Walter Leschber [...]
 
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Death Notice (The Northland Crime Chronicles) by Alicia Dean
When newspaper columnist Monroe Donovan receives an obituary listing a future date as the date of death, she blows it off as an error. But after a second one comes in, she senses something more is at play. Her suspicions are confirmed when a victim sharing the name of the 'deceased' is found murdered on the predicted date. Detective Lane Brody sees Monroe as a suspect, accusing her of hiding a connection to the latest victim, [...]
 
Into the Mind of a Killer - A Diagnostic Battery of Charles Manson by Aubrey Durkin
Have you ever found yourself curious about what goes on inside the mind of a killer? What makes them want to kill? What influences shaped their propensity for murder? Charles Manson is an infamous serial killer, but it is what sets him apart from others of his kind. Manson was a charismatic individual who led others to kill during the famed Helter Skelter. In this diagnostic piece you will gain both an understanding of how [...]
 
Time Killer by Todd M. Thiede
" In the small city of Rockton, Illinois, someone is tired of waiting. He's tired of standing in line at the grocery store and tired of waiting at the drive-through line. Now he's doing something about it. The first murder rocks the city. The entire Bjornson family except the father, Stephen has been brutally murdered, and the killer has left a message behind, written in the victim's blood: Don't Waste People's Time. It's a [...]
 
Aggravated Momentum by Didi Oviatt
After sisters Markie and Kam get tangled with the wrong people at the wrong time, long-buried family secrets begin to emerge. A serial killer is targeting people close to them. As danger inches closer and closer to home, twisted desires become a reality. The deeper they dig, the darker the secrets they find. But who is the cold, calculated murderer, and can they find a way to survive? Praise: - "There is an authenticity to [...]
 
Obscure Blood by Christopher Leonidas
Octa's father disappears at the time his mother was found murdered in the living room of their house. The only clue on the scene was a teapot. Years later, while investigating over six child murders that have taken place in less than a week, a teapot is found at each crime scene. Puzzled by what he finds, Octa starts digging through his family history. While working on this case, he meets his father, who is ready to kill him. [...]
 
The Death of Danny Daggers by Haydn Wilks
Cardiff. The last few days of summer. Danny Daggers is about to die. He just doesn't realise it yet. A Leeds University student with a very popular YouTube channel, Danny Daggers is taking his alcohol-downing stunts on tour. He's about to find out that not everyone's a fan. Ji Eun is a Korean student doing work experience at the South Wales Post. Rory Gallagher is the alcoholic veteran journo who's mentoring her. Carnage in [...]
 
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As opposed to a "regular" murder in which one person murders another in a spontaneous and unplanned way, much more frightening, is the phenomenon of multiple-victims murder, either by taking the lives of several people at the same time, or the life of one person at a time in a pattern that repeats itself. The multiple-victims murder has a high toll of victims and often creates significant anxiety in the public. Yet, the rate [...]
 
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The Blood Makes It Real by Mark Lopez
The Modern day tale of a natural born serial killer. Have you ever wanted to be trained to be efficient through your own nightmares? Once you've had enough there is no telling how far you'll go! Take a journey through the mind of a madman and get lost inside the twisted world of an obsessed murderer who did just that! Was he born this way? Or was something more powerful at play? WARNING! Make sure you come back the same [...]
 
INNOCENCE LOST - A Memoir of Surviving the Golden State Killer Joseph James DeAngelo by Daisy Darlene Combs
The odds of a woman surviving the attack of a serial rapist and murderer are slim. The odds of two women surviving the same serial killer are much less. The odds of those two women knowing each other as best friends are next to none. Yet, in this memoir, Innocence Lost, you'll read about Daisy and Lisa - best friends who were raped by the same California serial killer, Joe DeAngelo. Amazingly, both survived his attacks. Even [...]
 
Diary of my life after death by John Debell
After death is when you really come alive and everything finally makes sense. Without a body, nervous system or brain to cloud your judgement, and no material diversions to create illusions and delusions, all your hangups, worries and fears disappear. You finally come to understand the true meaning of your existence. Still more rewarding is that you're reunited with all the people you love. You can spend time meeting old [...]
 

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