Law & Disorder

Law & Disorder

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"It is mankind's most abominable crime: murder. No one is better acquainted with the subject and its wrenching challenges than John Douglas, the FBI's pioneer of criminal profiling, and the model for Agent Jack Crawford in 'The Silence of the Lambs.' In this provocative and deeply personal book, the most prominent criminal investigator of our time offers a rare look ino the workings not only of the justice system--but of his own heart and mind. Writing with award-winning partner Mark Olshaker, Douglas opens up about his most notorious and baffling cases--and shows what it's like to confront evil in its most monstrous form."--Back cover.
Publisher: New York, NY : Kensington Books, 2014.
Edition: First Kensington mass market edition.
ISBN: 9780786028849
Branch Call Number: 364.3 DOU
Characteristics: x, 566 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 19 cm.
Additional Contributors: Olshaker, Mark 1951-


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Feb 10, 2014

The book was very interesting in the beginning. I really got hooked when talking about specific cases especially ones I was familar with. However at times the book seem to drag on as there was a ton of information to try and digest.

Nov 08, 2013

Another amazing book, by the authors of Mindhunter. This delves into the current cases that John Douglas has consulted on, including the West Memphis Three. Good read for those who like true crime.

flyers39 Jun 06, 2013

If you enjoy TV shows like Criminal Minds,CSI you will love this book. It is about real life murders and how they were solved or why they weren't solved. It gives the reader a different perspective of people that were thought to be guilty or the public image that they were guilty,like in the Jon Bonet case. Excellent read


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