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Bit disturbed that I read it, but was interesting and horrible in equal measure I now look for sadistic behaviour all over the shop It s always the quiet ones. This is my second time reading a book of Carol Anne Davis , and I was equally happy with her writing as I was when I read her book about youth killers Anyone whose read my reviews of true crime books knows I often gripe about authors sensationalizing and sexualizing crime, and to my deep relief, Ms Davis doesn t do that she offers straight reporting, written in an entertaining way that gives good while not exhaustive detail into many offenders backgrounds without being overly sympathetic I This is my second time reading a book of Carol Anne Davis , and I was equally happy with her writing as I was when I read her book about youth killers Anyone whose read my reviews of true crime books knows I often gripe about authors sensationalizing and sexualizing crime, and to my deep relief, Ms Davis doesn t do that she offers straight reporting, written in an entertaining way that gives good while not exhaustive detail into many offenders backgrounds without being overly sympathetic It also pleased me very much to see her level of respect towards the victims of these horrible crimes many true crime writers overlook the victims or treat them like supporting stars to the evil villain s center stage, which is thoroughly in bad taste to me Ms Davis avoids that pitfall.This book is neatly categorized, offering biographies of sadistic offenders from the UK, to America, to Australia She also has chapters dedicated to female sadists, as well as offenders by victim type, and consensual BDSM participants She closes the book with a well placed chapter on a therapeutic model that could help incarcerated offenders, as well as steps that could be taken to remove budding psychopaths from their exacerbating factors and create an overall safer society.For nonfiction, its an easy read, given that there s plenty of places to pause and the subject matter switches fairly frequently going from one offender to the next , so it doesn t get boring However, the nature of this book involves a level of innate despair that can be difficult to push through at times Otherwise, I think Ms Davis books are a fine introduction to people who have an interest in true crime Her work continues to be well researched and informative, while maintaining a neutral, interesting tone I appreciate her efforts to dispel myths and misunderstandings about the creation of violent offenders, as well as explain the difference between unlawful and consensual BDSM to those that are unaware Sadistic Killers can be challenging to read at times, given the grim content it exposes the reader to, but its not vulgar or gory Its the emotional, moral questions the content implicitly poses that make the book feel heavy Having said that, I encourage those who are curious about the book to give it a read It s an informative, well done book that educates the reader Finally finished reading this book It took me a long time because i was busy visiting my relatives and didn t have time reading.The book is good.Highly recommended to anyone who are interested in reading about the mind of sadist. {DOWNLOAD} ⚫ Sadistic Killers: Profiles of Pathological Predators ⛎ Acclaimed crime writer Carol Anne Davis explores the minds of sadistic killers their childhoods, their growing pathology and horrific crimes Knowing what some of these killers endured doesn t even begin to excuse their crimes but it does explain them Davis delineates the different subgroups of sadists for example, those who kill indiscriminately in Britain, the US and Australia There are also chapters on female sadists, who tend to be overlooked by the media consensual sadomasochism including a rare interview with a well known female practitioner, Lynn Paula Russell and, input from a psychologist who has helped rehabilitate some of Britain s most violent men Sadistic Killers is a compelling look at the formative influences of a sadist and at his or her crimes Unflinching in detail but never gratuitous, this is an informative read with a hopeful ending