The Minds of Billy Milligan

The Minds of Billy Milligan Author Daniel Keyes
ISBN-10 0553263811
Release 1995
Pages 426
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From the bestselling author of Flowers for Algernon comes a stunning portrait of schizophrenia and crime that prompted a landmark trial--at once the story of a man with 24 personalities, one of which may have committed rape and murder, and a look at the legal ramifications of metal illness.

The Minds of Billy Milligan

The Minds of Billy Milligan Author Daniel Keyes
ISBN-10 0140172661
Release 1995
Pages 426
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The Minds of Billy Milligan has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Minds of Billy Milligan also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Minds of Billy Milligan book for free.

The Minds of Billy Milligan

The Minds of Billy Milligan Author Daniel Keyes
ISBN-10 0553225855
Release 1982
Pages 426
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Tells the story of a multiple personality, whose traumatic childhood shattered his mind into twenty-four distinct personalities.

Unveiling Claudia

Unveiling Claudia Author Daniel Keyes
ISBN-10 0553265024
Release 1987
Pages 304
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Based on three years of research and interviews with detectives, drug pushers, judges, and street people, this book reveals the true story of the Columbus, Ohio, triple homicide which Claudia Elaine Yasko confessed to but did not commit

When Rabbit Howls

When Rabbit Howls Author Truddi Chase
ISBN-10 9781101666623
Release 1990-04-01
Pages 400
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"To escape the horror of violent abuse, the two-year-old child "went to sleep" and created the inner world of "the Troops," the 92 voices that shielded her from pain, but that she didn't know existed until adulthood. this is a journey through the fragmented world of the multiple personality—told by the Troop."—

Algernon Charlie and I

Algernon  Charlie  and I Author Daniel Keyes
ISBN-10 UOM:39015049675906
Release 1999
Pages 223
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The author shares his creative processes, revealing the life experiences leading to the creation of Charlie Gordon and tracing the evolution of the novelette into a novel, stage production, cinema production, and TV movie.

The Play of Daniel Keyes Flowers for Algernon

The Play of Daniel Keyes  Flowers for Algernon Author Bert Coules
ISBN-10 0435232932
Release 1993
Pages 128
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The Heinemann Plays series offers contemporary drama and classic plays in durable classroom editions. Many have large casts and an equal mix of boy and girl parts. This play is a dramatization of Daniel Keyes's story about a retarded adult who desperately wants to be able to read and write.

The Asylum Prophecies

The Asylum Prophecies Author Daniel Keyes
ISBN-10 0843962712
Release 2009
Pages 371
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The key to thwarting a terrorist plot is buried deep in the subconscious of a schizophrenic girl. A US agent has to race across the globe to save her and unlock her mind before the terrorists can silence her forever.

Murderous Minds

Murderous Minds Author Dean A. Haycock
ISBN-10 9781480447981
Release 2014-03-04
Pages 336
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“Part true crime, part neuroscience and a page-turner from start to finish,” this is a look at the biology behind violent psychopathic behavior (Kirkus Reviews). How many times have you seen a murder on the news or on a TV show like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and said to yourself, “How could someone do something like that?” Today, neuroscientists are imaging, mapping, testing and dissecting the source of the worst behavior imaginable in the brains of the people who lack a conscience: psychopaths. Neuroscientist Dean Haycock examines the behavior of real life psychopaths and discusses how their actions can be explained in scientific terms, from research that literally looks inside their brains to understanding how psychopaths, without empathy but very goal-oriented, think and act the way they do. Some don’t commit crimes at all, but rather make use of their skills in the boardroom. But what does this mean for lawyers, judges, psychiatrists, victims, and readers—for anyone who has ever wondered how some people can be so bad. Could your nine-year-old be a psychopath? What about your co-worker? The ability to recognize psychopaths using the scientific method has vast implications for society, and yet is still loaded with consequences.


Split Author J.B. Salsbury
ISBN-10 9781472238627
Release 2016-11-15
Pages 384
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From the New York Times bestselling author of The Fighting Series, comes Split, a dark, deeply emotional story of love against the odds with a suspenseful twist, perfect for fans of Katy Evans, Jamie McGuire and Sophie Jackson. When her career takes a hit, Shyann abruptly finds herself jobless, penniless and packing for her hometown - where memories of her late mother and a reunion with her distant father await. Lucas needs a quiet life, and that's exactly what he's found in Payson, Arizona. He finally feels like he fits...and is starting to keep his mind in check. Having suffered blackouts since he was a child, Lucas knows he's not like other guys. The minute he meets his boss's strong-willed, sexy-as-sin daughter, her probing eyes and personal questions pick away at his barriers. Shyann is everything Lucas wants - and everything he should never have. When the blackouts return, the last thing he wants is to expose how dangerous he can be...

The Murderer Next Door

The Murderer Next Door Author David M. Buss
ISBN-10 9781101117699
Release 2006-04-25
Pages 288
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As acclaimed psychological researcher and author David Buss writes, "People are mesmerized by murder. It commands our attention like no other human phenomenon, and those touched by its ugly tendrils never forget." Though we may like to believe that murderers are pathological misfits and hardened criminals, the vast majority of murders are committed by people who, until the day they kill, would seem to be perfectly normal. David Buss's pioneering work has made major national news in the past, and this provocative book is sure to generate a storm of attention. The Murderer Next Door is a riveting look into the dark underworld of the human psyche—an astonishing exploration of when and why we kill and what might push any one of us over the edge. A leader in the innovative field of evolutionary psychology, Buss conducted an unprecedented set of studies investigating the underlying motives and circumstances of murders, from the bizarre outlier cases of serial killers to those of the friendly next-door neighbor who one day kills his wife. Reporting on findings that are often startling and counterintuitive—the younger woman involved in a love triangle is at a high risk of being killed—he puts forth a bold new general theory of homicide, arguing that the human psyche has evolved specialized adaptations whose function is to kill. Taking readers through the surprising twists and turns of the evolutionary logic of murder, he explains exactly when each of us is most at risk, both of being murdered and of becoming a murderer. His findings about the high-risk situations alone will be news making. Featuring gripping storytelling about specific murder cases—including a never used FBI file of more than 400,000 murders and a highly detailed study of 400 murders conducted by Buss in collaboration with a forensic psychiatrist, and a pioneering investigation of homicidal fantasies in which Buss found that 91 percent of men and 84 percent of women have had at least one such vivid fantasy—The Murderer Next Door will be necessary reading for those who have been fascinated by books on profiling, lovers of true crime and murder mysteries, as well as readers intrigued by the inner workings of the human mind.

Outgrowing the Pain

Outgrowing the Pain Author Eliana Gil
ISBN-10 9780307422453
Release 2009-07-22
Pages 96
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This much-needed book pinpoints the typical problems abused children experience when they become adults. The information is presented in a friendly and thorough manner for victims and professionals. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Weed That Strings the Hangman s Bag

The Weed That Strings the Hangman s Bag Author Alan Bradley
ISBN-10 9780440339175
Release 2010-03-09
Pages 384
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BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from Alan Bradley's A Red Herring Without Mustard, discussion questions, and an essay by the author. Flavia de Luce, a dangerously smart eleven-year-old with a passion for chemistry and a genius for solving murders, thinks that her days of crime-solving in the bucolic English hamlet of Bishop’s Lacey are over—until beloved puppeteer Rupert Porson has his own strings sizzled in an unfortunate rendezvous with electricity. But who’d do such a thing, and why? Does the madwoman who lives in Gibbet Wood know more than she’s letting on? What about Porson’s charming but erratic assistant? All clues point toward a suspicious death years earlier and a case the local constables can’t solve—without Flavia’s help. But in getting so close to who’s secretly pulling the strings of this dance of death, has our precocious heroine finally gotten in way over her head?

All of Me

All of Me Author Kim Noble
ISBN-10 9781613744703
Release 2012
Pages 369
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Describes the author's struggle with dissociative identity disorder, describing her childhood, the twenty personalities that exist inside of her, the pursuit for a correct diagnosis, and custody battle for her daughter.

In the Beauty of the Lilies

In the Beauty of the Lilies Author John Updike
ISBN-10 0307421333
Release 2009-07-22
Pages 576
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In the Beauty of the Lilies begins in 1910 and traces God’s relation to four generations of American seekers, beginning with Clarence Wilmot, a clergyman in Paterson, New Jersey. He loses his faith but finds solace at the movies, respite from “the bleak facts of life, his life, gutted by God’s withdrawal.” His son, Teddy, becomes a mailman who retreats from American exceptionalism, religious and otherwise, into a life of studied ordinariness. Teddy has a daughter, Esther, who becomes a movie star, an object of worship, an All-American goddess. Her neglected son, Clark, is possessed of a native Christian fervor that brings the story full circle: in the late 1980s he joins a Colorado sect called the Temple, a handful of “God’s elect” hastening the day of reckoning. In following the Wilmots’ collective search for transcendence, John Updike pulls one wandering thread from the tapestry of the American Century and writes perhaps the greatest of his later novels.

Inside the Criminal Mind

Inside the Criminal Mind Author Stanton Samenow
ISBN-10 9780307394101
Release 2012-01-11
Pages 288
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Long-held myths defining the sources of and cures for crime are shattered in this ground-breaking book--and a chilling profile of today's criminal emerges.

Somebody s Husband Somebody s Son

Somebody s Husband  Somebody s Son Author Gordon Burn
ISBN-10 9780571265046
Release 2011-06-16
Pages 368
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It seemed the case of the notorious Yorkshire Ripper was finally closed when Peter Sutcliffe was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1981. But in the early 1980s Gordon Burn spent three years living in Sutcliffe's home town of Bingley, researching his life. A modern classic, Somebody's Husband, Somebody's Son offers one of the most penetrating and provocative insights into the mind of a murderer ever written. 'A book which will, with some justice, be compared to In Cold Blood and The Executioner's Song. It's as if Thomas Hardy were also present at the writing of this account of the Yorkshire Ripper.' Norman Mailer