For 25 years, John Douglas and his FBI colleagues pursued notorious and sadistic serial killers. Douglas created surprisingly accurate profiles by examining each crime scene and portraying both the killer's and the victim's actions in his mind. Chilling, at times grisly, but always insightful, Mindhunter, an Edgar Award-nominee and New York Times best-seller, recounts Douglas' legendary career. Writing with award-winning author and film-maker Mark Olshaker, Douglas-the model for Jack Crawford in the Academy Award-winning film Silence of the Lambs-draws a startlingly clear map through the twisted minds of serial killers. Here are the men whose gruesome acts have hypnotized the nation, including Seattle's Green River killer, Son of Sam, and the Atlanta child murderer. Combining a wealth of information with a witty and engaging style, Douglas and Olshaker make even the most horrifying crime scene accessible and palatable. Richard M. Davidson's clear voice and well-paced narration enhance the power of this fascinating and challenging true-crime audiobook.
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by John E. Douglas, Mark Olshaker
by Mark Wise
by Emory Thomas
by Peter Maas
by Mark Kurlansky
by John Feinstein
by Leo Tolstoy, Kallie Wilbourn
by Jean Marie Stine
by Peggy Davidson
"The gripping story of Douglas's career as an FBI field agent, his role in the development of criminal profiling, and the serial killers he came to know through official interviews becomes a compelling audiobook--especially when paired with Richard M. Davidson's gritty and emotionally resonant narration. Reading in a matter-of-fact style, Davidson imbues his performance with all the power of Douglas's story. This truly memorable production immediately engages the listener. M.A.M. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"