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by Drew Ross
- ISBN: 0306457911
- Category: Other
- Author: Drew Ross
- Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Da Capo Press; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1998 edition (January 1, 1998)
- Pages: 272 pages
- FB2 size: 1968 kb
- EPUB size: 1290 kb
- Rating: 4.8
- Votes: 125
Drew Ross explores the many contradictions and misconceptions that prevail when juries and judges evaluate insanity . What makes a person into a killer? In session after session, Ross was drawn into the killers' - and their victims' - nightmares
Drew Ross explores the many contradictions and misconceptions that prevail when juries and judges evaluate insanity pleas and issues of blame. From 1990-1997, Ross served as a forensic psychiatrist for the criminal justice system. His job was to judge the "sanity" of people charged with murder. What makes a person into a killer? In session after session, Ross was drawn into the killers' - and their victims' - nightmares. Unfortunately his training had taught him that the human mind is more complex than the law would allow, and little by little, he began to find his role unbearable.
270 pages ; 24 cm. Includes index. Staring into ice - At the crossroads of healing and punishment - Meeting the murderer - Boredom behind the headlines - The thriller killer - Beyond insanity - The sexuality of violence - Late at night - The. Includes index
He avoids medical and psychiatric jargon
Looking into the Eyes of a Killer is written in an unassuming style-short sentences making deceptively plain statements. He avoids medical and psychiatric jargon. By the time Ross has taken us through 24 short personal essays, each presenting a riddle or an insight about the nature of the murderous mind, he has achieved something rare indeed: the wisdom of perfectly posed questions. This is a rich, provocative book-sure to be a classic on the topic of violence. From Publishers Weekly.
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A Killer in the Wind. He looks like a crew cut and an Adam’s apple pasted to the top of a stalk of corn. We came into the open dirt space Bess used for a driveway. MAYBE IT WAS he dark house on the edge of town, the murderer waiting for me inside, but I thought about the ghosts that night, that last April night before they all came back to haunt me. We had gotten a warrant a week before. A killer in the wind. But there’s an eager mind and the makings of a noble heart in there somewhere, so he practically leapt to his feet, as I expected he would.
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Mark sneered to himself at the line, eyes darting over to the walls of his home. They were covered in photographs, pictures from the show, some from behind the scenes. Police reports were stacked on his desk, missing person reports to be exact. Giving the cabin one last look, Bob slipped out the back door and into the snow. The lights were brighter now, and heavy footstep could be heard not far off. Bob smiled and started towards a hidden path into the trees. He would begin again, but now there was only waiting.
The serial killer is one of America’s least-appreciated cultural artifacts. Yes, the murder part is unfortunate. Really nasty, sometimes. No one wants to watch the vats of body parts in acid get lugged out of a serial killer’s apartment on the evening news. No one wants to hear the victim impact statements from the agonized families. Most of us do everything we can to avoid the crime-scene photos. But once the serial killer is captured and all the home invasions, kidnappings, strangulations, and death blows cease, that same killer becomes a prototype, a product, full of potential.