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Welcome to Kansas, Notorious USA. This time you’ll have no better guide around the dark and deadly of the Great Plains than Katherine Ramsland, one of America’s most legendary true crime authors and researchers. Dr. Ramsland is a Wall Street Journal best-selling author who has turned her attention to the Sunflower State with an unflinching eye as she takes on some famous cases (the Clutter family murders - of course!) and some that are less well-known. With each story, she gives readers a look deep into the heart of darkness, Kansas-style.
Dr. Ramsland teaches forensic psychology at DeSales University in Pennsylvania. She has published over 1,000 articles, stories, blogs, and reviews, and 62 books, including The Psychology of Death Investigation, Confession of a Serial Killer: The Untold Story of Dennis Rader, The Mind of a Murderer: Privileged Access to the Demons That Drive Extreme Violence, The Forensic Science of CSI, Inside the Minds of Serial Killers, The Human Predator: A Historical Chronicle of Serial Murder and Forensic Investigation, The Ivy League Killer, The Murder Game, and The Criminal Mind: A Writers' Guide to Forensic Psychology. Additionally, she has written books on the vampire subculture, including The Science of Vampires, The Vampire Companion, The Anne Rice Reader, and Undercover with Vampires in America Today. She wrote biographies of Anne Rice and Dean Koontz, along with two books about writing, and has been translated into 12 languages. She even has a quesadilla cookbook!
Her background in forensic studies positioned her to assist former FBI profiler John Douglas on The Cases That Haunt Us and to co-write a book with former FBI profiler Gregg McCrary, The Unknown Darkness. She also co-wrote The Real Life of a Forensic Scientist with Henry C. Lee and A Voice for the Dead with James E. Starrs (for which she served on an exhumation team). Her book, Psychopath, was a number-one best seller on the Wall Street Journal’s list.
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Another true crime collection relating to Nebraska..
Nebraska appears to be a relatively law abiding state. Maybe a small population produces few serial killers.
A good and interesting audiobook.
- Marisia Robus
Very thin on details
I was disappointed in this, it was very thin on details, I would have gotten more info if I Googled it.