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Medicine
  • Author:
    Paul Britton
  • ISBN:
    059304066X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0593040669
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    Bantam Press; No Additional Printings Listed edition (May 19, 1997)
  • Pages:
    464 pages
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    Medicine
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Forensic psychologist Paul Britton asks himself four questions when he is faced with a crime scene: what happened: who is the victim: how was it done, and why? Only when he has the answers to these questions can he address the fifth: who is responsible?

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Forensic psychologist Paul Britton asks himself four questions when he is faced with a crime scene- what happened- who is the victim- how was it done, and why? Only when he has the answers to these questions can he address the fifth- who is responsible? . It combines the heart-stopping tension of the best detective thriller with his unique and profound understanding of the dark side of the human condition.

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The jigsaw man. Paul Gritton is a real-life version of Fitz, the criminal psychologist played by Robbie Coltrane . Paul Gritton is a real-life version of Fitz, the criminal psychologist played by Robbie Coltrane in Cracker. He has helped police on some of the most notorious murders of the past 20 years. But one case has led him - and his field of expertise - into controversy. The media has in turn latched on to the real-life versions of characters such as Clarice Starling from the book and film, Silence of the Lambs, and Robbie Coltrane's Fitz from the television series Cracker. Whenever a large murder hunt is launched, reporters assume a psychologist is working with the police. Britton Paul. EPUB FB2 PDF MOBI RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format. Комментарии отключены.

The Jigsaw Man was his first-hand narration for some shocking cases he presided over in the past, which also makes this book become a groundbreaking writing on psychological analysis of criminals and judgment reference of criminal cases.

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The autobiography of Paul Britton, one of the foremost offender profilers in the world. What he searches for at the scene of a crime are not fingerprints, fibres or blood stains, he looks for the "mind trace" left behind by those responsible, the psychological characteristics that can help the police to identify and understand the nature of the perpetrator. Over the past dozen years, Britton has assisted the police in over 100 cases involving murder, rape, arson, extortion and kidnapping. Among them were the murder of Jamie Bulger on a lonely railway line in Liverpool, the abduction of baby Abbie Humphries, the brutal slaying of Rachel Nickell on Wimbledon Common and the notorious "House of Horror" in Gloucester. He has helped to solve some of Britain's most baffling cases, and has also advised the FBI and the Russian Ministry of the Interior.

Mash
The book is very well written, and contains a lot of information about some of the most horrible crimes committed in the UK. The author acted as a forensic psychology expert who helped to build a psychological portrait of the criminals.

The book mostly describes murders of young women by sexual maniacs, and even though it is overall a captivating read, I find it disturbing that there is a fair share of victim blaming, especially towards the end when the author explains that some of the women would have survived if they were more modest or cautious. Here is one quote about a murdered 15 year old girl: "she tended to get into teasing relationships with men without fully understanding male sexuality and inherent danger of lighting a fuse and then hanging around for the fireworks to go off".
Jarortr
If you enjoy true crime, what can be more engrossing than really getting into the thoughts and minds of some of the worst criminals of our time. From rapists & murderers to kidnappers, and everything in between Paul Britton takes you behind the scenes of his working life, and the beginning of psychology being used forensically to solve crimes. The books a very easy read, not over bogged with terms & words the average person wouldn't understand, and follows through as said before, various crimes, showing how he and others have aided the police, and also sadly how this new way of fighting crime has been abused, and also what a toll it takes on those who try to catch those most of us hope we will never meet. A wonderful book, and I'm about to start 'Picking Up The Pieces' also by Mr Britton which I expect to be just as good, after all, who needs sleep ?!?
Roram
I am so glad I ran across this little-know book. Written by a forensic psychiatrist, it explores and details the manner in which UK LE uses profiling. Shows what a good profiler can accomplish and also, on the down side, how non-believers in the system can delay capture by ignoring this technique. The author certainly does have an ego, sometimes referring to himself as the only key to the success of an investigation, but nevertheless, he details the value of profiling. Goes through a number of cases, many of which could have been nipped in the bud if LE had listened. Interesting also is the way the UK system allows or disallows the testimony of such a psychiatrist. At times LE misinformed the doctor of the legality of certain schemes, which rankles him greatly. Very much recommended.
Gtonydne
This was the first book I read on forensic psychology and its power to track criminal patterns and solve cases. An excellent read that is short on technical but long on quality reporting. If anyone is thinking of a career in forensics but is not sure what it is about, give Jigsaw Man a read. You'll be able to make up your mind at that point. Guaranteed.
Freighton
Wasn't quite what I expected....it's better!!! He brings along each story and each character and gives so many stories in one book. Excellent
Aedem
A book about serial murder crime scenes and how forensic analyses have lead to psychological profiles that eventually helped to capture the killers.

Graphic and hard to put down - even though the subject matter is so shocking!
Stonewing
This was a totally engrossing read. I highly recommend this book. It gives an insight into forensic psychology not often available.
Good book