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1 Fox, James Alan OVERKILL
Dell 1996 0440221897 / 9780440221890 Paperback Very Good 
In a study that will be of interest primarily to criminologists, Fox and Le vin (Mass Murder) categorize serial killers into three types: those who mur der for thrills, those who believe they have a mission (e.g., to rid the wo rld of sin) and those who kill for expediency or profit. The authors mainta in that most serial killers are not insane, although many are sociopathic a nd most are loners. The same qualities apparently hold true for mass murder ers, with the additional characteristic that they are often individuals who have lost all hope. The authors' conclusions are disheartening: despite th e frequent occurrence of these two types of homicide, especially in the U.S ., it is impossible evidently to identify either a serial killer or a mass murderer in advance. 
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