War, murder & human nature: Why people kill
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War, murder & human nature: Why people kill

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Available only at Amazon and Kobo: Why do people kill? Is violence part of human nature? These are important questions and difficult to ignore given that there are 468,000 murders every year around the world, and that number would be quadrupled were it not for fast ambulances and modern emergency units. If you count the war dead in the past two centuries, the number blows...more
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Published April 1st 2013 by Summa Publishing
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Barb Mode
We tend to think of murderers as crazy people, but this book reveals many emotions and situations that make even normal, sane people kill, kind of scary, but valuable information and written in an easy journalistic style. There are also online links to more relevant information, so lots of grist for those who want to improve their knowledge about why people kill.
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Steve Bareham has written 15 books (12 nonfiction and three fiction), through publishers such as Harper Collins, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, and EduServ. He teaches human resources, marketing, business communication, critical thinking, and cross cultural communication courses to management students at Selkirk College in Canada.
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