Face to Face with Evil: Conversations with Ian Brady (Paperback)
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Face to Face with Evil: Conversations with Ian Brady (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 03/01/2011
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Ian Brady is one of the most notorious and reviled serial killers in Britain. With his co-conspirator, Myra Hindley, he perpetrated the Moors Murders in which five children were abducted, assaulted and murdered. Dr Chris Cowley is a forensic psychologist who is in the unique position of having exclusive access to Brady. For six years, he has been conducting groundbreaking research by corresponding with and visiting him in prison. By gaining his trust, Cowley has been able to take an unrivalled look inside the mind of a serial killer. This important study provides information that will prove essential in our understanding of the psychology of serial killers. By broadening our knowledge of these complex issues, we can increase the likelihood of catching murderers and perhaps evern prevent their terrible crimes from taking place.

Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781844549818
Weight: 204 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 23 mm

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“Halfway through and probably not going to continue”

1. The book is misleading. Dr Chris Cowley uses Ian Brady's face emblazoned across the front to sell his criminology text book. 6 years of access to Brady only inspired him to write what he already knew - so far... More

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“Face to face with evil”

The way in which this book is written is neutral and leaves you to conclude your own opinion of situations and Bradys personality. Christopher goes in to depth of descriptions about Ashworth which sets the reality of... More

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