Why Some Men Kill

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9781444666151 - Why Some Men Kill - George A. Thacher
9781444666151 - Why Some Men Kill - George A. Thacher
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Why Some Men Kill

Or, Murder Mysteries Revealed

A chilling investigation into the age-old question of why people commit murder. Exploring the subject of criminal psychology with reference to notable historical cases of horrific murders in America.

SKU: 9781444666151 Categories: Murder | Crime & Criminology | True Crime | Society & Social Sciences | Psychology |

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“Why Some Men Kill – or, Murder Mysteries Revealed” is a 1919 work that explores the subject of criminal psychology with reference to notable historical cases of horrific murders in America. A chilling investigation into the age-old question of why people commit murder that is not to be missed by those with an interest in psychology and criminology. Contents include: “The Delinquent Moron”, “Psychology of Confessions of Crime”, “The Murder of William Booth and the Conviction of William Branson and Mrs. Booth”, “William Riggin Shows Warden Murphy Where He Concealed the Revolver”, “Appeal to the Public for the Release of William Branson and Mrs. Booth”, “The Murder of Mrs. Daisy Wehrman and Her Child”, “The Hair Found in Mrs. Wehrman’s Dead Hands”, “John Sierks’ Letters About the Murder”, etc. Read & Co. History is proudly republishing this classic work now in a brand new edition complete with the introductory essay ‘Spontaneous and Imitative Crime’ by Euphemia Vale Blake.

Book Details

Author

George A. Thacher

Imprint

Read & Co. History

ISBN

9781444666151

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Pages

158

Publication Date

02 December 2009

Dimensions 5.5 × 8.5 in

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