This woman is not an FBI Profiler. She is a housewife with questionable judgment who decided to call herself a profiler after letting a murderer live with her and her children. Why would I want to hear the musings of someone who not only lacks common sense, but does not have the wisdom to hide her lack of common sense from her readers? I wish I would have not bought this audiobook so hastily.
Tell me about cases in which Pat Brown actually solved a case and was instrumental in putting someone in prison.
She took long pauses after each sentence. I don't know if she was given advice to do that, but it sounds like she thinks every sentence is profound.
This is not a revealing story or a well-thought-out treatise on mental health care. It is a 10-hour rant of uneducated suppositions about what the author thinks about psychiatry and mental health care. As someone who has been committed to a psychiatric hospital for almost a year and who later went on to become board certified in psychiatric nursing, I am horrified that anyone would take this author's ramblings seriously.
Something about crime
The reader did not do the story any favors. She read the book so fast and with such a complaining tone, that it added to the "rantyness" of the prose.
Don't buy this audiobook.
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