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Sexual Psychopaths: British Serial Killers by [Malocco, David]
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About the Author

David Elio Malocco was born in Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland. His father was born in Casalattico in Frosinone in Italy and his mother was born in Monaghan in Ireland. He was educated at the Christian Brothers in Dundalk and his parents later sent him to St. Patricks College in Cavan where they hoped he would be ordained as a Catholic priest. But he chose law and business instead. He received his Bachelor of Civil Law degree from University College Dublin and spent fifteen years as a criminal lawyer before taking a second degree at the Open University, Milton Keynes in England where he obtained a first class honours degree in Psychology majoring in Cognitive Development. In 1991 he realized a personal ambition and moved to New York where he studied film direction, production and writing for film at New York University. Since then he has written numerous screenplays in several genre and has written, produced and directed many shorts and three feature films, Virgin Cowboys, Magdalen and Jack Gambel: The Enigma. Sexual Psychopaths is his second book. The idea for the book came after he completed dual diplomas in the Psychology of Criminal Profiling and Forensic Science. He later studied creative writing at Oxford University and is presently completing a doctorate of divinity in Metaphysical Science. He is a member of the American Society of Criminology. This book is part of a trilogy on the psychology of serial killers. His first book, Serial Sex Killers – Real American Psychos was published in early 2014 and the final part of the trilogy, Murder for Profit, will be released in the summer of 2014. David is a lifelong supporter of Liverpool Football Club and enjoys filmmaking, writing, making and drinking wine and cooking. He lives in Malahide, a seaside resort in north Dublin in Ireland with his wife Colette and says he “has no idea what he wants to do when he grows up.”

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 756 KB
  • Print Length: 309 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1495221466
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IPR0S84
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #306,844 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Although I find serial killers terrifying I love reading books about them, I find it fascinating. Are they born evil or did something happen to them in their life to turn them into sadistic monsters?!
The Jack the ripper story is fascinating, and I'd say h h holmes fits the bill of the 1888 ripper.
1 he fits the description of the witness statements seen with some of the victims.
2 no-one heard any noise at any of the crime scenes(even though there were houses right by). Holmes was well known for chloroforming his victims before killing them.
3 he removed organs from victims and sold skeletons.
4 The killer was left handed. So was holmes!
5 the dear boss letter is identical to his handwriting.
6 it's been said he had no interest in prostitutes, but the killer didn't need to be interested in them, he just wanted their organs.
Too many coincidences!?!?
They'll never find out who he was now but it's a good story for armchair detectives.
This book is great for anyone that likes reading about serial killers.
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I found this book interesting and thought provoking. It goes into the psychology of the serial killers and presents ideas I hadn't previously thought of.

1 gripe though...in the west piece he call Charmaine...Garmaine a lot????? Disrespectful to the memory.
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Sorry to say but a great read,these scumbags never amaze me in what they do.
No wonder they are called psychopaths.
Wiser locked up.
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Interesting book. I enjoyed finding out more about each murder. Definitely worth a read. Recommended read if you enjoy crime books.
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