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Christopher J. Kurtz

Bio: Christopher J. Kurtz was born in 1972 in New York. He completed his Bachelors and Graduate degrees at St. John's University and received his doctorate from American International University in 1999. He has taught in Tennessee, Connecticut, and California. Dr. Kurtz is the poetry editor of Mocha Memoirs and currently teaches courses in the Psychology of Serial Murder at Virtual University. He can be reached via e-mail at drckurtz@yahoo.com.



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1 Demons & Madmen [MultiFormat]
by Christopher J. Kurtz
  Demons and Madmen examines the phenomenon of serial murder through new theories and case studies of some of the most destructive murderers of modern times. The book is based on Dr. Kurtz's courses in the Psychology of Serial Murder and serves as both an introductory text to the field as well as a reference book for more advanced scholars and law enforcement officials. (Published: 2002)

Words: 78183 - Reading Time: 223-312 min.
Category: Reference/True Crime
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2 Inside Death Row [MultiFormat]
by Christopher J. Kurtz
  Inside Death Row is both a qualitative and quantitative study of death row inmates in America, based on several years of research and correspondence with the condemned. (Published: 2003)

Words: 33585 - Reading Time: 95-134 min.
Category: True Crime/Reference
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