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The majority of the available published accounts of serial murderers are not in scholarly or technical publications. Even such few academic reviews as do exist typically commence with reference to fictional accounts so that the profile of a serial murderer is typically far from clear or precise.
Hunting Serial Predators is unique in that each chapter, written in detail, explains how to research and interpret, psychologically, the crime scene actions of serial killers. The book provides the reader an empirical facet model of the crime scene actions of American serial murderers based on information available to a police inquiry; an overview of the related scientific knowledge, introducing a new method to classify the serial predator, and accounts of the process and difficulties of profiling the serial murderer.
By presenting a classification model of serial murderers and their crime scene behaviors based on empirical and repeatable studies, this book makes significant advances in the areas of police investigations, etiology, and treatment possible.
The empirical process used to analyze serial murderers' crime scene actions described in Hunting Serial Predators makes it possible to make logical decisions about how to detect, apprehend, and eventually access their dangerousness.
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Godwin; Grover Maurice Methodist College, Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA,Review:
"Dr. Godwin has written a thorough and eminently readable work that is unique in the growing literature on serial murder. Combining a judicious review of past approaches to crime scene behavior, crime reconstruction, and classification theory, with a meticulous presentation of the newest precision investigative methodology, he has made a contribution to the field that is essential reading for mental health and law enforcement professionals." -- Dr. John Philpin - Retired forensic psychologist and author of Tunnel of the Night and Stalemate
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