This extraordinary analysis into the mind of a notorious killer set the standard in true crime writing and is disturbing but essential reading - now repackaged as a Great Read
When he was arrested in July 1991, Jeffrey Dahmer had a severed head in the refrigerator, two more in the freezer, two skulls and a skeleton in a filing cabinet. A serial killer, an inhuman monster, beyond our understanding.
But what did lead Dahmer to kill, coldly, again and again Brian Masters investigates the darkest side of the human psyche in this true story of evil.
Unputdownable - Patricia Highsmith
The spirited, persuasive account of a young man spiralling into unspeakable insanity . . . useful, fascinating book - Daily Telegraph
Remarkable and frightening exploration of human nature stained - Literary Review
Irresistible . . . Its subject is terrible and repellent, but the study itself is enlightening - Independent on Sunday