Author(s): Brian Masters
When he was arrested in July 1991, Jeffrey Dahmer had a severed head in the fridge, two more in the freezer and two skulls and a skeleton in a filing cabinet. Examining what caused Dahmer to kill and kill again, Masters investigates the darker side of the human psyche.
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
Brian Masters began his career with five critical studies in French literature and proceeded to write the first full history of all the dukedoms in Britain. His subjects for biograph have ranged from John Aspinall to E. F. Benson, from Georgiana Duchess of Devonshire to Rosemary West. His penetrating study of mass murderer Dennis Nilsen, Killing For Company, won the Gold Dagger Award for non-fiction in 1985. Masters is a well-known journalist and reviewer.