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The killer across the table : unlocking the secrets of serial killers and predators with the FBI's original Mindhunter

Author: John E Douglas; Mark Olshaker
Publisher: [New York, NY] : Dey St., an imprint of William Morrow, [2019] ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"Legendary FBI criminal profiler and former special agent John Douglas is known for helping to crack some of America's most challenging murder cases. The FBI's pioneer of criminal profiling and the inspiration behind the hit Netflix show Mindhunter, Douglas has spent decades working with law enforcement to understand the criminal mind and hunt serial killers and violent predators. In that time, he has researched,
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Biographies
True crime stories
Biography
Named Person: John E Douglas; John E Douglas
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John E Douglas; Mark Olshaker
ISBN: 9780062910639 0062910639 9780062945815 0062945815
OCLC Number: 1048948215
Description: 340 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: In a small room in the big house --
Introduction: Learning from the experts --
I. The blood of the lamb: Little girl lost ; "I slept well" ; Mind of the killer ; Human fallout ; What the psych people said ; Red rage and white rage ; The bottom line ; "Substantial likelihood" ; Joan's legacy --II. "Killing for me was just like second nature": All in the family ; The abandoned Volkswagen ; Inside the walls ; "The convenience of the situation" ; "There were victims in between" ; Power, control, excitement --
III. Angel of death: Playing God ; Working nights ; The making of a killer ; "I haven't changed a bit" ; Fallen angel --
IV. "No one made me do anything": The superbike murders ; What happened to Kala and Charlie? ; What made Todd tick? ; "Good or bad, I still want to know" ; Organized versus disorganized ; Nature and nurture --
Epilogue: A killer's choice.
Responsibility: John Douglas and Mark Olshaker.

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"Legendary FBI criminal profiler and former special agent John Douglas is known for helping to crack some of America's most challenging murder cases. The FBI's pioneer of criminal profiling and the inspiration behind the hit Netflix show Mindhunter, Douglas has spent decades working with law enforcement to understand the criminal mind and hunt serial killers and violent predators. In that time, he has researched, interviewed, and analyzed some of America's most notorious murderers--including Charles Manson, 'Son of Sam Killer' David Berkowitz, and 'BTK Strangler' Dennis Rader--while also training FBI agents and investigators from around the world on profiling and interrogating these deadly predators. Now, in [this book], Douglas, along with his longtime collaborator Mark Olshaker, turns his keen eye on the lives and crimes of four of the most disturbing killers he has confronted, explaining in detail how each case expanded his knowledge and study of criminal behavior. Offering never-before-revealed details about his interview techniques and profiling process, Douglas goes step by step through his encounters with these murderers, connecting each sadistic predator's crimes to his conversation with them and showing how he used his interrogation skills to expose their true evil. He also returns to other famous cases he's worked on--the investigations and interviews that have shaped his career--describing how the knowledge he gained from those conversations helped prepare him for these. At once fascinating and haunting, The killer across the table unlocks the ultimate mysteries behind these depraved killers, revealing the psychology that led them into darkness. Twenty years after his famous memoir, the man who literally wrote the book on FBI criminal profiling opens his case files once more, showing his unprecedented ability to get into the heads of both predator and prey as he talks to the country's most dangerous men."--Dust jacket.

Douglas, a FBI criminal profiler and former special agent, helped to crack some of America's most challenging murder cases. During the decades he worked with law enforcement to understand the criminal mind and hunt serial killers and violent predators he researched, interviewed, and analyzed some of America's most notorious murderers, while also training FBI agents and investigators from around the world on profiling and interrogating these deadly predators. Here Douglas and Olshaker examine the lives and crimes of four of the most disturbing killers he has confronted, explaining in detail how each case expanded his knowledge and study of criminal behavior. -- adapted from jacket

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