“I first read this book some ten years ago, and I knew almost immediately it was “a keeper”. Without a doubt, it is the very best book on the subject of public reactions to the serial murderer; a subject, I might add, that was off the radar, as it were, until the publication of this book. Also, it is not often that I finish a work and ponder how fortunate we are that the author decided to travel down this literary road, but this is exactly the reaction I had upon closing Mr. Fisher’s book. It is a fine academic study of the subject, and I’m betting it will be around for many decades, as its message is timeless. Indeed, folks reading it a hundred years from now will find it as “telling” as we do today.”
“Fisher takes us on a hauntingly personal and fully-immersive journey of the harrowing and unforeseen events of his life-threatening crises. Tapping into on his more than three decades of work with medical professionals, Fisher provides empirically-significant data and analysis as the basis for medical decision making in times of crisis. This is a captivating and chilling narrative of the raw emotional experience of facing one’s own mortality, interspersed with Fisher’s intellectual and wry sense of humor. Well done!”
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