Predators takes readers through the mindset of predatory criminals, their motives, plans of attack and why they think the way they do. Readers learn how to reduce the risk of victimization by criminal behaviorial experts Cooper and King who provide analysis based on real-life cases and information gathered by victims and criminals themselves. The authors make the point that people who commit violent personal crime aren't much different than predators in the wild, preying on the weak and unsuspecting. What makes these predators more dangerous than their instinctive wildlife counterparts, however, is that they consciously choose to inflict their will on the more vulnerable members of their own species.
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PREDATORS, WHO ARE THEY AND HOW DO WE STOP THEM?