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    Brian Masters î 3 download free read Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB î Brian Masters [EBOOK/EPUB] (Killing for Company) Killing for Company The Case of Dennis Nilsen is a well written detailed case study about British serial killer Dennis Nilsen who murdered 15 young men within four yearsIt's a story about crime it's also a story filled with rejection and failed relationships It's also a loner's long journey into absolute darkness What Nilsen had done is selfish and horrible in every way but when reading his life story and his crime I kind of got o

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (Killing for Company) This is not a novel It is the story of Dennis Nilsson and his murders which took place in London at the time of Margaret Thatcher's rise to power The title of the book is shockingly brilliant In all but one of the cases it seems to sum up his motive for snuffing out the lives of young men than he could remember

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    review Killing for Company [EBOOK/EPUB] (Killing for Company) I remember I read this one I feel a moral obligation to read about the British ones we don't have too many fortunately This guy Nielson appears to be a slightly less insane version of Jeffrey Dahmer He picked up yo

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (Killing for Company) 90% of the reviewers here manifestly didn't understand this book For one thing it is not a true crime thriller Nor is it a

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    review Killing for Company Brian Masters î 3 download [EBOOK/EPUB] (Killing for Company) This disturbing book about a serial killer published within a year of Nilsen's trial and conviction is to be taken seriously It does not hide the dreadful details of Nilsen's run of fifteen possibly twelve murders over six years but it does not do so to excite or horrify for the sake of doing soBrian Masters whose first biographies were of French literary figures and the aristocracy turned to serial killers he later pr

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    review Killing for Company Brian Masters î 3 download free read Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB î Brian Masters In February 1983 the residents of 23 Cranley Gardens in Muswell Hill started having problems with their drains Calling out a plumber the blockage would turn out to be much much worse than the usual toilet blockages as well as accounting for the

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (Killing for Company) Brian Masters î 3 download free read Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB î Brian Masters Alas I did not write a review back then but I did gave it 5 stars and I remember that I liked it ETA Checked and I gave it 9 out of 10 so not really 5 starsDecided to re read and finished reading yesterday Now after having read true crime books for 15 years I think I am experienced now then when I first started reading about about this sub

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (Killing for Company) I don't think the comparisons with In Cold Blood are justified mostly because In Cold Blood is so much its own thing that i

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    review Killing for Company [EBOOK/EPUB] (Killing for Company) free read Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB î Brian Masters The corpse is the dirty platter after the feast Or how Nilsen vehemently denies he ever engaged in necrophilia or cannibalism Dennis Nilsen is a less intense version of Jeffery Dahmer He murdered 15 young men over the span of four years and he doesn't express remorse and doesn't even really know why he murdered these men He isn't an insane m

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 368
  • Killing for Company
  • Brian Masters
  • English
  • 03 May 2019
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Killing for Company review ✓ 3 Brian Masters î 3 download free read Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB î Brian Masters The man who worshipped death On February 9th 1983 Dennis Nilsen was arrested at his Muswell Hill home after human remains had been identified as the cause of blocked drains 'Are we talking about one body or two' a detective asked Nilsen replied 'Fifteen or sixteen since 1978 I'll tell you e. 90% of the reviewers here manifestly didn t understand this book For one thing it is not a true crime thriller Nor is it about a sick man What it is is a psychoanalytical evaluation of a likeable and intelligent man who turned to murder in part to find company The oxymoronic title is deliberate a point missed by every review I ve seen so far This book features little by way of action the crimes and arrest take up a single chapter What it focuses on is the apparent contradiction between a man with nothing medically wrong with him and his heinous deeds Masters takes a deliberate and studious approach to his subject and references traditional psychoanalytical theory to describe a sane and egotistical killer Make no mistakes about it the crafted illustrations and medical evaluation prove that Neilsen was and is utterly sane which makes the Muswell Hill killings all the beguiling Of course this isn t a medical book It offers nothing new in terms of medical or criminal theory and to that extent is somewhat limited But it is relatively speaking a highly intelligent non tabloid analysis

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Killing for Company review ✓ 3 Brian Masters î 3 download free read Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB î Brian Masters WINNER OF THE GOLD DAGGER AWARD FOR CRIME NON FICTION Dennis Nilsen who died in May 2018 murdered at least 15 people before his arrest in 1983 This groundbreaking criminal study of his killings was written with Nilsen's full cooperation resulting in a fascinating and horrifying portrait of. I remember I read this one I feel a moral obligation to read about the British ones we don t have too many fortunately This guy Nielson appears to be a slightly less insane version of Jeffrey Dahmer He picked up young men took them back to his flat then in a fit of absentmindedness there doesn t seem to have been any real malice involved he strangled them when they d nodded off Then he kept the bodies around and dressed them up and made them up and talked to them Didn t try to turn them into zombies so credit where credit s due you know His best uote was where he was getting indignant about being called a necrophile No no no he said the corpse is the dirty platter that s left after the feast Well after the feast of dressing them up and making them cups of tea that is Some people are very strangeNote Brian Masters according to Goodreads has also written a book called Dreams about HM The ueen and other members of the Royal Family Uh well doctor I think I ve been working too hard I had this dream where The ueen yes Elizabeth II yes she invited me to the Palace for tea and then when I d had a few and was nodding off she no I can t sayHa haaah Ha haaaaaah The Bone Man of Benares A Lunatic Trip Through Love and the World resulting in a fascinating and horrifying portrait of. I The Lost Lupin remember I Chrysanthemum read this one I feel a moral obligation to After the Falls read about the British ones we don t have too many fortunately This guy Nielson appears to be a slightly less insane version of Jeffrey Dahmer He picked up young men took them back to his flat then in a fit of absentmindedness there doesn t seem to have been any Then the Americans Came Voices from Vietnam real malice involved he strangled them when they d nodded off Then he kept the bodies around and dressed them up and made them up and talked to them Didn t try to turn them into zombies so credit where credit s due you know His best uote was where he was getting indignant about being called a necrophile No no no he said the corpse is the dirty platter that s left after the feast Well after the feast of dressing them up and making them cups of tea that is Some people are very strangeNote Brian Masters according to Goodreads has also written a book called Dreams about HM The ueen and other members of the Royal Family Uh well doctor I think I ve been working too hard I had this dream where The ueen yes Elizabeth II yes she invited me to the Palace for tea and then when I d had a few and was nodding off she no I can t sayHa haaah Ha haaaaaah

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Killing for Company review ✓ 3 Brian Masters î 3 download free read Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB î Brian Masters Verything' Within days he had confessed to fifteen gruesome murders over a period of four years His victims all young homosexual men had never been missed Brian Masters with Nilsen's full cooperation has produced a uniue study of a murderer's mind essential reading for true crime aficionado. I don t think the comparisons with In Cold Blood are justified mostly because In Cold Blood is so much its own thing that it s hard to compare anything to it usefully but this is a very good book about how and why one particular serial killer became what he was he died last yearNilsen would be tragic if he hadn t killed fifteen young men intelligent ambitious driven by his staunch union beliefs living alone except for his faithful mongrel bitch Bleep unable to form connections with other living people But then there are the murders and his macabre near worship of the corpses and the utterly grotesuely utilitarian methods by which he disposed of the bodiesMasters is a very calm dispassionate narrator always looking past what Nilsen who was extremely articulate said about what he did to the reasons underneath He does an excellent job of showing where the crevasse in Nilsen s psyche was even if he can t uite explain it any than Nilsen or any of the defense or prosecution psychiatrists can