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Book Review: ‘The Rainy Day Killer’ by Michael J. McCann

the rainy day killer

When common courtesy is used as a lure by a brutal killer, can a woman ever feel safe? Read More »

Book Review: Dangerous Instincts by Mary Ellen O’Toole and Alisa Bowman

An FBI profiler's guide to avoiding threatening situations. Readable but sometimes dull. Read More »

The Human in Human Resources

Corporations can pay outside HR enterprise companies to screen selected applicants and play matchmaker. Human Resource is not about dating. Read More »

Satire: Compassionately Augmented Boycotts of Arizona Must Succeed

China should be next. Read More »

The Rise of the Tele-Profiler: Pop Psychologist of the 21st Century

Profiling can be benign or harmful. But today isn't it just intuition wrapped in pop psychology? Read More »