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In the area of Washington, DC, the beltway snipers caused widespread fear just a year after the World Trade Center attacks. The pair of killers targeted random people doing everyday things, such as pumping gas or going shopping, and ultimately killed ten people. Psychology students will learn about the motives of these snipers and other criminal murderers responsible for crime-spree attacks. Featuring psychological profiles, these books educate readers about how killers are diagnosed and classified, and whether it is possible to treat or cure them.

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