The Last Victim by Jason Moss
A True-Life Journey into the Mind of the Serial Killer

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The twisted, but fascinating, mind of a serial killer is revealed with terrifying consequences in this astonishing and shocking exploration. with 20 b&w photos.

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Moss graduated summa cum laude from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He has served internships with the U.S. Secret Service and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. Jeffrey A. Kottler is the author of over eighty books that have been translated into more than a dozen languages. They are used in universities around the world and are considered classics among practicing teachers, counselors, psychologists, health professionals, and social justice advocates. Some of his most highly regarded works include DIVINE MADNESS: TEN STORIES OF CREATIVE STRUGGLE; CHANGING PEOPLE'S LIVES WHILE TRANSFORMING YOUR OWN: PATHS TO SOCIAL JUSTICE AND GLOBAL HUMAN RIGHTS; ON BEING A THERAPIST; and, more recently, THE ASSASSIN AND THE THERAPIST: AN EXPLORATION OF TRUTH IN PSYCHOTHERAPY AND IN LIFE and CREATIVE BREAKTHROUGHS IN THERAPY: TALES OF TRANSFORMATION AND ASTONISHMENT. Some of his more well-known texts include LEARNING GROUP LEADERSHIP; INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELING; ON BEING A TEACHER; STRESS MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION; and A PRIMER OF HELPING SKILLS. Kottler has worked as an educator and psychologist in a preschool, middle school, mental health center, crisis center, university, community college, corporation, and private practice settings. He has served as Fulbright Scholar and Senior Lecturer in Peru, Thailand, and Iceland, as well as worked as Visiting Professor in New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Nepal. Kottler is currently Professor of Counseling and of Freshman Programs at California State University, Fullerton. He has also co-founded Empower Nepali Girls (http: //, which provides educational scholarships for lower caste girls at-risk in Nepal.
Published April 15, 2001 by Grand Central Publishing. 320 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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Though aging and handcuffed, Gacy was able to break Moss down and turn him into the confused and compliant young man he had been pretending to be, demonstrating for him not only how a predator operates but how a potential victim feels.

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