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A Stranger in the Family by Steven Naifeh
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Sep 04, 2007

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bookshelves: criminal-justice, psychology
Recommended for: criminal justice people
Read in June, 1997

An interesting look at the psychology behind one man's double life. On the surface he was a normal husband and father, others suffered at his hands as a rapist and murderer. We see how he and those in his family come to terms with what he's done and what is wrong in their lives.

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