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Book Review: Despicable #amandaknox

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Book review: Despicable

If you are interested in the murder of Meredith Kercher case aka Amanda Knox case  then Nick van der Leek’s books are a must read.   He covers the case chronologically in his series of ebooks about this case. DESPICABLE encompasses the first trial where Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito were definitively found guilty.

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Book review: ‘Portrait of a Monster’

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Book review: Portrait of a Monster

In a world where the most heinous terrorists are referred to as ‘cowards’ the like-minded psychopaths who torture and kill without remorse are often called monsters.   Individuals who lack conscience do not seem human to the majority of the population with a conscience.

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Book Review: The Sociopath Next Door

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Book Review: The Sociopath Next Door

This book was written in 2005 by clinical psychologist Martha Stout. It is and will continue to be relevant for many years to come.  Dr. Stout shares her insight into sociopaths gleaned from decades of treating their victims.

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A beacon of light shines in DARK MATTER the Amanda Knox murder case

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What was running through Amanda Knox’s mind after her ‘friend’ Meredith Kercher was found stabbed to death in their shared cottage? Nick van der Leek and Lisa Wilson uncover the thoughts behind the actions of the murder suspects in their new book, DARK MATTER.

DARK MATTER follows Knox’s and Sollecito’s movements and statements to uncover what was not revealed in the press. These revelations are thought provoking and startling.

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DECEIT: Shocking exposé of Amanda Knox murder case

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If you think you know all there is to know about the Meredith Kercher murder case, Nick van der Leek will make you think again. This South African author has written an ebook about the case titled DECEIT that has everyone atwitter. Mr. van der Leek analyzes the events surrounding Meredith Kercher’s brutal murder like no other writer has done for the past eight years.

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