My first nonfiction in a long time. Makes me want to binge watch Criminal Minds. So fascinating!! And even more interesting that it was a woman with this sort of expertise during this time frame.
The author of this book was chosen by the FBI to help agents set up the Behavioral Science Unit. This is the unit that profiles serial killers and helps local police departments narrow their suspect list in order to apprehend these murderers. Burgess helped to establish and refine procedures used today. She worked with such well-known profilers as Ressler and Hazelwood and was the only woman on the team. Interesting true crime. Five stars.
Worked a long day yesterday, so not a ton of reading done, but I managed to make time for it before work and after. Crashed early though!
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It's Friday and the kick off to #AnyWayYouReadathon! My goals are to catch up on the latest story podcast of Strawberry Spring, and catch up on A Night in the Lonesome October for #LonesomeOct readalong, and to finish Gone For Good and Come Find Me on audio, and the eArc of A Killer by Design. So many good reads!
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