Monsters and Critics.com, Tuesday, October 4, 2005
Article by Sandy Amazeen on Dr. Katherine Ramsland's newest book, The Human Predator, describes the latest book by Ramsland, assistant professor of forensic psychology at DeSales and an expert on serial killers, as well researched. Amazeen says Ramsland shows that serial killers have been around for hundreds of years, starting with a tale dating to the early 1400s. According to Ramsland, serial killers kept pace with the rise of civilization by adapting their behaviors to the changing social and economic conditions. She also discusses the development of investigative and forensic sciences as they and the killers evolved together. Amazeen recommends this book to anyone interested in criminal investigation or psychology.
Press Release: Book Review: The Human Predator by Katherine Ramsland | Posted on: 10/4/2005
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