Dark Deeds: Serial killers, stalkers and domestic homicides

| June 24, 2013


Dark Deeds: Serial killers, stalkers and domestic homicides

  •  Serial killers: A pretty farm girl feeds her victims to the hogs
  •  Stalkers: You’re the one that I want … to kill.
  •  Domestic homicides: A cross-dressing doctor murders his wife to keep his millions.

No one knows how many serial killers are roaming the United States. Some experts believe they murder as many as 180 people each year. Others say the count may be much higher because some serial killers hide the bodies and they’re never found.

Stalkers far outnumber serial killers. Each year they threaten and intimidate 3.4 million people in America. Although stalkers may profess love for the objects of their obsession, many seriously injure or kill their “love object.”

Domestic homicide is rampant in the US. Women and children rarely kill family members. Men commit the majority of domestic homicides. Some are crimes of passion. Others are carefully calculated. Why bother with a divorce when you can kill your spouse?

“In Dark Deeds, Susan Fleet immerses us in the world of serial killers, stalkers, and domestic homicides. Even an inveterate fiction enthusiast like myself found her real-life tales obsessively haunting and educational.” — Arthur Smukler, MD, psychiatrist and author of Chasing Backwards, a psychological murder mystery

Award-winning crime fiction author Susan Fleet does extensive research on serial killers and stalkers, their methodology, psychological makeup and their victims. Since July 2011 millions of people around the world have visited her blog: DARK DEEDS: Serial killers, stalkers and domestic homicides. This e-book features 12 case studies with chilling details. Meet the victims, their killers and the bloody consequences of their deeds: four serial killers, four stalkers and four domestic homicides.


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