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Paul Britton – long engaged in the clinical research of psychology and the real evidence work of criminal psychology, has an almost mythical status in the crime detection field. The Jigsaw Man was his first-hand narration for some shocking cases he presided over in the past, which also makes this book become a groundbreaking writing on psychological analysis of criminals and judgment reference of criminal cases.
Unlike ordinary detectives, what the criminal psychologist Paul Britton collected at the crime scene are not the fingerprints, bloodstain and such kind of physical evidences, but the ‘thinking traces’ the perpetrators left, so as to help the police identify/build the criminal’s mental profile. Of course, The Jigsaw Man is definitely not short of the breathtaking suspense in many detective stories, as well as the author’s unique and deep understanding to the dark side of human.
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