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Publisher's Summary

In this first-person account of becoming the FBI's top serial-killer hunter and a member of a religious order in an attempt to discern the true nature of good and evil, Roger L. Depue searches for an understanding of how evil develops. Between Good and Evil is Depue's look back at a life spent apprehending criminals, especially serial killers, first as a small-town police chief, then an FBI-SWAT team member, Behavioral Sciences Unit chief, and a developer of revolutionary law enforcement programs. The book also examines Depue's experience studying with the Brothers of the Missionaries of the Holy Apostles in an attempt to discover why a good person like his wife, whom he had lost to cancer, is allowed to die while monstrous criminals get to live. Following his time in the clergy, Depue returned to law-enforcement and today heads one of the world's most elite forensics think tanks, "The Academy".
©2005 Roger L. Depue and Susan Schindehette (P)2005 Books on Tape, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Victor on 02-14-12

an autobiography more than a career retrospective

What did you love best about Between Good and Evil?

fascinating and insightful, but more about the life and career of Depue and less about criminal profiling.

Still a great read, and the presentation is fantastic, but maybe more of the author's life and less of the details of his career than you might be expecting. Also, there is a consistent religious aspect to the author's life. It does not supersede his commitment to the science of forensics and his work at large, but anyone with a hard anti-religious agenda might lose interest before finishing this book (the author commits himself to religious study, but never loses sight of his role as an objective observer). My suggestion is that regardless of you theological inclination, listen to his whole book.

When all is said and done: a fantastic voice performance, a great read, and a definite recommendation.


Were the concepts of this book easy to follow, or were they too technical?

very accessible and easy to follow, though some details may be too much for some people, due to the violent nature of the author's work.

What does Paul Michael bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Paul Michael brings to this work exactly what I would hope for, which is nothing flashy. He reads the book in the sort of even, presentational tones that one would expect sitting in on an FBI debriefing, nothing more or less.

I find the greatest problem I have with audio books is readers trying to put too much stylzation into their reading. This book was read in a genuine and straightforward tone that was completely in keeping with the text.

Any additional comments?

A great reading of a very good book. Slow at times, but a great experience over-all.

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By SCW on 04-03-08


This book was a fascinating listen and the narrator was quite good. Although the book is largely about his life, it adds wonderful context to his career as an FBI profiler and the origins of this science.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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