Evil Psychopaths

Evil Psychopaths None

  • Title: Evil Psychopaths
  • Author: Gordon Kerr
  • ISBN: 9780708802106
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
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      Posted by:Gordon Kerr
      Published :2018-09-18T02:48:27+00:00

    1 thought on “Evil Psychopaths”

    1. We all have those family members who like to lumber you with things once they find out about your interest.Well this book came from my aunt when she found out about my interest in forensic psychology. Supposedly I need to become an expert in the criminal world – mainly I need to be able to recite the heinous acts of countless individuals across history.Okay, maybe she did not put it like that but it sort of felt that way when she handed me numerous books on the topic.Still, despite the fact th [...]

    2. Boring. Spitting up a series of dates or facts rates as poor narrative. Badly edited, blatant dates uncoherence: someone born in 1549 can't get married by 1850 (Stubbe, page 44)

    3. This book is not that well written, but interesting nonetheless to read about all of these psychopaths (or suspected psychopaths). Some of them I can't believe I hadn't heard of before. Extremely disturbing in parts but true.

    4. I liked the book. I am not sure all of the facts are accurate as I have read other books with conflicting information. For an overall quick snippet of murders and their crimes this was a great read. I did find some grammatical errors but will continue to read more of the books in this series.

    5. The topic is interesting but the book is quite poorly written. Additionally, as I did more research on the murderers online, it seemed like some parts of the book were copied almost directly from .

    6. There were some great parts to this book but for the most part it was a complete snoozefest that I had to force myself to finish.

    7. Definitely not the greatest writing, but it was interesting to read none the less. Would of been nice to have some pictures of the killer, victims, and locations to go a long with the book.

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