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Books Used for Environmental Factors

De Burger , Holmes 1988 Serial Murder

Egger Steven A. Serial Murder 1990 - An Elusive Phenomenon

Hickey Eric 1997 Serial Murderers and their Victims

Keller Michael, Kelleher C.L 1998 Murder most rare - The Female Serial Killer

Lester David 1986 The Murderer and His Murder

Morris Joel 1988 Serial Killers

Newton Micheal 1992 Serial Slaughter

Norris Joel 1989 Serial Killers

 

 

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