Fatal Females

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  • Paperback
  • 298 pages
  • Fatal Females
  • Micki Pistorius
  • English
  • 19 August 2017
  • 014302440X

About the Author: Micki Pistorius

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Fatal Females In Fatal Females, investigative psychologist and former police profiler Micki Pistorius examines the minds and motives of women who kill Throughout history the view seems to have prevailed that it is not in women s nature to commit violent crime, but Pistorius shows that this is in fact not the case.She examines than fifty documented cases of South African female killers, categorised according to the nature of the crime for example, infanticide, spree killings, stalkers, poisoners and she presents her new hypothesis to explain the psychology of that rare individual, the female serial killer. Read Fatal Females by Micki Pistorius – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Fatal Females

  1. Amanda Patterson says:

    Micki Pistorius s first book, Catch me a Killer, was my bible when I wrote my first crime novel I interviewed her and read and re read everything she d written.Pistorius is an investigatve psychologist and an internationally acclaimed police profiler She is invited to France annually where she speaks to international audiences on this subject The FBI has consulted her Pistorius is not a writer, or a woman, to be taken lightly.This gives the subject matter of Fatal Femals Women who Kill Micki Pistorius s first book, Catch me a Killer, was my bible when I wrote my first crime novel I interviewed her and read and re read everything she d written.Pistorius is an investigatve psychologist and an internationally acclaimed police profiler She is invited to France annually where she speaks to international audiences on this subject The FBI has consulted her Pistorius is not a writer, or a woman, to be taken lightly.This gives the subject matter of Fatal Femals Women who Kill an interesting slant to begin with Pistorius begins by proposing that society and the law should treat both men and women who kill in the same way She says, if a human being be it male or female transgresses by committing interpersonal violencethat person should be brought to book on an equal basis, regardless of gender The book is divided into chapters with titles like, Children who Kill, Infa...

  2. Chante Daries says:

    Not badCompared to her other books this one isn t that great It s very interesting but not well written Towards the end it feels very rushed which is sad because the information is so interesting I enjoyed it nonetheless.

  3. Phillipa says:

    Factually, I guess, this was pretty interesting But there was something about the writing style used in this book that really did not capture me I really struggled thru the last few chapters It was told in such a matter of fact style that I re...

  4. Marissa Dry says:

    Very interesting subject matter, though I find it badly written Hercomments on the case studies seems rushed and reads like a lecture to a class of teenagers.

  5. Lynn says:

    Interesting read but not a great book.

  6. Vanessa says:

    Interesting look into female serial killers, particularly in South Africa Not wonderfully written, but interesting nonetheless.