Men of Blood

Men of Blood

Murder in Everyday Life

eBook - 2002
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A milkman shares a take-out supper with his cousin and then fatally stabs him....A man breaks into a shelter for abused women and snuffs out the life of his wife who has taken refuge there....A youth rapes and kills a woman on the landing of her apartment building....The boyfriend of a single mother batters her eighteen-month-old daughter to death.nbsp;.nbsp;.nbsp;.

In Men of Blood, Elliott Leyton, described by William Langley in the London Sunday Telegraph as "probably the world's most widely consulted expert on serial killing and a godhead of modern criminal psychology," reviews a decade's worth of real murders and analyses their common features. Sometimes surprising, often shocking, always compelling, the result is an important addition to the literature of murder.

From the Hardcover edition.
Publisher: Toronto : M & S, 2002.
Edition: Trade pbk. ed. with new revisions.
ISBN: 9781551996479
Characteristics: 1 online resource.


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