Extreme Evil by Ray Black
Taking Crime to the Next Level

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Encountering crime on any level will make you stop and consider how you view the world. A burglary, a mugging, even witnessing a minor theft can leave a person feeling shocked, vulnerable and unable to trust others. Imagine then how it must feel to come face-to-face with the kind of extreme crime that can only be conceived by a truly evil mind. Acts so powerful that they can scar a whole community, even an entire nation, for generations. The perpetrators manage to achieve the kind of notoriety only usually afforded to Hollywood icons. In their own twisted imaginations they sit in a kind of evil Hall of Fame among others of their kind: Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, Andrei Chikatilo, all jostling for the top spot.

About Ray Black

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Anne Williams is currently Dean of Education at Winchester University. She has many years experience working in initial teacher education and with serving teachers and was previously Director of Initial Teacher Training at Birmingham University (1988-98). Joanne Cliffe has a background of teaching physical education in schools and now works at the University of Birmingham where she is responsible for physical education initial teacher training and Masters physical education programmes for teachers.
Published July 1, 2011 by Futura. 448 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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