I Have Lived in the Monster (Hardback)
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Short Description for I Have Lived in the Monster A sequel to Whoever Fights Monsters, which looks at law enforcement's fight against serial killers. The serial killer cases which Ressler, a former FBI agent, investigated after his retirement are covered in the text, and Ressler examines the question of why serial murder has spread to countries where it was previously unknown.
- Published: 07 July 1997
- Format: Hardback 240 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780684817859 ISBN 10: 0684817853
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Full description for I Have Lived in the Monster
In this follow-up to "Whoever Fights Monsters", a former FBI senior investigator takes us further into the subject of law enforcement's fight against serial killers. He claims to have "lived in the monster" enough to understand the killers who prey upon modern society and to convey to us the mind of the murderer. The largest part of this book examines in depth the cases in which Ressler has been involved since he retired from the FBI, a period in which he has been consulted by police departments and psychologists all over the world with difficult and mysterious murders, including, in Britain, the Rachel Nickell case. Ressler also takes another look at cases from around the world, analyzes them, and offers his insights. Finally, he analyzes many fictional attempts to depict serial killers, including those in "American Psycho" and "Natural Born Killers".