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Stalking the Stalkers - The Balance Between Justice and Crime - A True Story Book Review

June 11, 2010 | Comments: 0 | Views: 202

The celebrity stalkers out there are alive and well, but they are as dangerous as heck. How can you catch them before they do something really devious? Well, suggests the prosecutors, you turn the table on the stalkers, and switch roles, you stalk the stalkers. Very similar to the hunter become the hunted and the prey becoming the predator, or in the case of the US military, terrorizing the terrorists. See that point.

This is indeed such a fascinating subject and whereas, I have never been one to recommend a book on this topic of true crime detective work, or prosecutors stalking stalkers, I can see this interests you and thus, there is a book I recently read which sheds light on this topic, and boy will it make you think. The cases outlined in the book are all true. The name of this fantastic tome is:

"Whisper of Fear - The True Story of the Prosecutor Who Stalks the Stalkers" by Rhonda B. Saunders and Stephen G. Michaud (both best selling NYT authors), Berkley Books, New York, NY, (2008), pp 338, ISBN: 978-0-425-22371-0.

The book goes through the true stories of stalkers of Hollywood Elite, including Madonna, Steven Spielberg, and Gwyneth Paltrow. There are also some chilling stories of spousal abuse and of former sexual partners who killed their victims and then buried them under their houses. Riveting at times, chilling, and it really makes you think about all the whackos in the world.

You will be introduced to the psychology of psychopath killers, stalkers, and the sexually deviant. Also of chronic criminals turned to stalkers, these are fans, and hate mongers of glamour and glitter, it's an amazing book indeed. The clues are there, and it is incredible the great detective work and interesting how hard it is to catch these folks, especially pre-crime, as people have rights, privacy, and until they make a real move there is nothing you can do.

Getting inside their heads, thinking like a stalker appears to be the only way to win, and if the detective fails, lives are at stake and the outcomes are scary to even consider. Learn about the detective techniques, "legal weapons" and insight into how they stalk the criminal stalkers. Prosecuting the stalkers isn't easy either, but Rhonda Saunders helped write many of the stalking laws, and she explains what it takes to actually catch them and make those arrests stick. You will love this true crime book.

Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank. Lance Winslow believes it's hard to write 20,000 articles;

Note: All of Lance Winslow's articles are written by him, not by Automated Software, any Computer Program, or Artificially Intelligent Software. None of his articles are outsourced, PLR Content or written by ghost writers.

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