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The Jigsaw Man
Author: Paul Britton
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1446497542
Pages: 672
Year: 2013-04-15
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Forensic psychologist Paul Britton asks himself four questions when he is faced with a crime scene: what happened: who is the victim: how was it done, and why? Only when he has the answers to these questions can he address the fifth: who is responsible? An intensely private and unassuming man, Britton has an almost mythic status in the field of crime deduction because of his ability to 'walk through the minds' of those who stalk, abduct, torture, rape and kill other human beings. What he searches for at the scene of a crime are not fingerprints, fibres or blood stains - he looks for the 'mind trace' left behind by those responsible; the psychological characteristics that can help police to identify and understand the nature of the perpetrator. Over the past dozen years he has been at the centre of more than 100 headline-making investigations, from the murder of Jamie Bulger to the abduction of baby Abbie Humphries, the slaying of Rachel Nickell on Wimbledon Common, the pursuit of the Green Chain rapist and the Heinz baby food extortionist, the notorious Gloucester House of Horror and most recently, the murder of Naomi Smith. Told with humanity and insight, The Jigsaw Man is Paul Britton's absorbing first-hand account of those cases, and of his groundbreaking analysis and treatment of the criminal mind. It combines the heart-stopping tension of the best detective thriller with his unique and profound understanding of the dark side of the human condition.
Jacquot and the Angel
Author: Martin O'Brien
Publisher:
ISBN: 0755322894
Pages: 406
Year: 2005
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In the Second World War, four Resistance fighters are executed by the Gestapo in France's Occupied Southern Zone. More than fifty years later a wealthy German family, resident in Provence, is brutally murdered. When a local gardener is arrested and charged, Daniel Jacquot of the Cavaillon Regional Crime Squad is convinced they have the wrong man. Four hundred miles away, in Alsace, Marie-Ange Buhl knows it for certain. Marie-Ange is a psychic and has 'helped' the police before. She comes to Provence and begins to investigate with Jacquot, and together they uncover a secret that goes back more than half a century, a story of love and betrayal, hatred and blackmail in which his own family had a tragic part to play.
Dancing Past the Dark
Author: Nancy Evans Bush
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 0985191708
Pages: 299
Year: 2012-04-11
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The tinge of centuries colors the way we hear today’s near-death experiences and what we make of them. Why should some individuals tell of blissful heights of spiritual experience while others believe themselves at the depths, lost in the stars or consigned to hell? (Behind the scenes, every listener wonders: “And could that happen to me?”) Dancing Past the Dark: Distressing Near-Death Experiences, the first comprehensive exploration of disturbing NDEs and how people interpret them, is packed with solid information and first-person narratives that, although marked by dismaying and even terrifying features, turn out to have something vital to say about life itself. Sweeping from research findings to a review of the cultural evolution of hell through a thoughtful analysis of how individuals interpret and ascribe meaning to their near-death experiences, the author, a longtime researcher of these NDEs, brings study data and years of personal insights to the questions that swirl around the topic, providing a wealth of viewpoints and ways of thinking about the subject that will be new to many readers. “Engagingly written,” as one reviewer says, the book’s breadth makes this a landmark in the near-death literature, must reading for anyone curious about NDEs, especially readers wondering how to make sense of such an experience and caregivers in critical care, pastoral, therapeutic, and end-of-life settings. PMH Atwater says, “Dancing Past the Dark is what we have all been waiting for. ...This book is masterful—a must for any experiencer of a near-death state (no matter what kind), or a spiritual transformation, religious conversion, Baptism of the Holy Spirit, mystical and shamanic breakthroughs, or any type of encounter with the numinous. Narratives are one thing, the story experiencers tell, but understanding that story, finding meaning, is all important!"
Michael Cardew
Author: Garth Clark
Publisher: Kodansha America
ISBN:
Pages: 228
Year: 1976
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Star Wars Clone Wars Pirates... and Worse!
Author: Simon Beecroft
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
ISBN: 1409353516
Pages: 32
Year: 2013-11-07
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Get your child hooked on reading as they meet the strange creatures and characters from the Star Wars The Clone Wars series. Designed to engage even the most reluctant reader, this fun-packed The Clone Wars Reader is an introduction to the amazing creatures and characters from the series. Watch as your child comes eye-to-eye with the baddies from the series including Nuvo Vindi and the Separatist leaders. They'll get up close to Jedis and Droids as well as extraordinary creatures like the Gutkurrs and Blurrgs and meet the terrifying pirates Hondo Ohnaka and Turk Falso. Packed with pictures from The Clone Wars series, it's an out-of-this-world read. And don't forget, there's a galaxy-full of DK Star Wars books to collect.
The programmer's CP/M handbook
Author: Andy Johnson-Laird
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 501
Year: 1983
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