PDF / Epub ☄ Killing for Company Author Brian Masters – Buyphenergan500.us

Killing for Company 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 Within Days He Had Confessed To Fifteen Gruesome Murders Over A Period Of Four Years His Victims, All Young Homosexual Men, Had Never Been Reported Missing Brian Masters, With Nilsen S Full Cooperation, Has Produced A Unique Study Of A Serial Killer S Mind, Revealing The Disturbing Psychology Of A Mass Murderer.

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  1. says:

    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 ofyoung men than he could r...


  2. says:

    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 years.It 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 Wh...


  3. says:

    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...


  4. says:

    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 betwe 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 he...


  5. says:

    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 stars.Decided to re read and finished reading yesterday Now after having read true crime books for 15 years I think I amexperienced now then when I first started reading about about this subject.That being said I would not give this book 5 stars again Yes this book is fil 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 stars.Decided to re read and finished reading yesterday Now after having read true crime books for 15 years I think I amexperie...


  6. says:

    I don t know how you can make this grizzly story boring, but the author managed it.


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    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 men He is articulate, intelligent, and introverted His love for death started as a child and escalated into cold blooded murder This is a short litt 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 e...


  8. says:

    Brian Masters The Shrine of Jeffery Dahmer is the best true crime book I have ever read so I have had Killing For Company on my reading list for quite some time now This book essentially is the blueprint for Masters Dahmer book nearly a decade later in the sense it starts with the arrest works chronological from childhood to the trial and concluded with a psychological analysis Its a formula that works for me this book succeeds in been an edge of your seat page turner while simultaneou Brian Masters The Shrine of Jeffery Dahmer is the best true crime book I have ever read so I have had Killing For Company on my reading list for quite some time now This book essentially is the blueprint for Masters Dahmer book nearly a decade later in the sense it starts with the arrest works chronological from childhood to the trial and concluded with a psychological analysis Its a formula that works for me this book succeeds in been an edge of your seat page turner while simultaneously been informative and thought provoking I have always beeninterested in the psychology of the criminal than the actual gory details of the crimes themselves and this book brilliantly brings to life Nilsen s nightmarish fantasy world becoming flesh and blood while daring to dive deep into the darkest corners of the human psyche Masters achieves these results not just from his brilliant writing but the fact with both Nilsen and Dahmer he spent time getting up close and personal with his...


  9. says:

    This book looks into the mind of an infamous murderer and the author had first hand meetings with Dennis Nilsen himself There is a great deal of detail in this book which would certainly not be for any reader, however I am sceptical on the reasonings behind the killings and to believe whether or not Nilsen had an abnormality of mind during the killings It appears that he was fully aware of the law, knew the difference between right and wrong and did appear at times quite humane There were tim This book looks into the mind of an infamous murderer and the author had first hand meetings with Dennis Nilsen himself There i...


  10. says:

    Killing for Company is an influential pillar of the true crime genre it is also a masterfully sensitive character study of murderer Dennis Nilsen The close relationship between author and subject is evident throughout the book, as is Mr Masters familiarity with Nilsen s own writings, many of which are reproduced in Killing for Compan...

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