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Serial Killing: A Pocket Guide - A brief yet pragmatic "how-to" for those on the cusp of mania and psychosis - cover

Serial Killing: A Pocket Guide - A brief yet pragmatic "how-to" for those on the cusp of mania and psychosis

M Thomas

Publisher: M Thomas

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Summary

This is the book on serial killing. 
 
No more guessing if this is the career for you, this book will spell out all you need to know in order to jump-start your murderous career!
 
You'll learn about physical fitness, DNA, police techniques, attire, and many, many more items!
 
If you have been intrigued by Dahmer, Ramirez, Gacy, Wuornos, Gein or Bundy, I guarantee you they would have endorsed this book! Take that guarantee with a grain of salt, because I did not know them personally, so it is hard to say, plus I am biased, being the author of this book.
 
If you aren't scared, buy this book TODAY! 

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