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Repeats same sentences and tells you mainly about famous killers but not really their psychology other than a rough childhood can cause someone to be a killer.
In the beginning the book does say something along the lines of "this hasn't been written by professionals take any and all advice (yeah, strange phrase) with a grain of salt"...when I heard this I was dissapointed that there was probably going to be a lack of scientific insight but I listened all the same. It is interesting and did hold my attention, it's 45 minutes long....it should do. It was a pleasant 'read' but nothing ground breaking or new. One thing I wasn't impressed about though is how an author can write a psychology book and have 5 citations; couple from a blog, Reuters news, one a biography website and the last one.....Wikipedia....seriously, Wikipedia. No peer reviewed scientific journals what so ever, minimal effort made really. Just....Wikipedia?! I don't know if I'm more irked that the author used Wikipedia or that the author thought it was okay to cite Wikipedia.
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