A profile of the world s first known Internet serial killer seeks to demonstrate how mainstream Americans can become victims of cybercrime, explains the psychological factors of physically devoid online relationships, and how the case reflects a growing pattern of Internet sex and violence 100,000 first printing....
|Title||:||Anyone You Want Me to Be: A True Story of Sex and Death on the Internet (Lisa Drew Books)|
|Publisher||:||Scribner First Edition edition May 20, 2003|
|Number of Pages||:||320 pages|
|File Size||:||895 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Anyone You Want Me to Be: A True Story of Sex and Death on the Internet (Lisa Drew Books) Reviews
I have read most all of the books by John Douglas, and I find his work fascinating. This book really shows you that evil comes in nice packages sometimes and we need to stay aware. Highly recommend this book.
THIS BOOK , THIS STORY, is UNbelievable. Its not for the easily upset stomachs out there. If you are sensitive, sell this book! Apparently Im not sensitive, I read the whole thing and was cheering by the time they finally .....well....you just have to read and find out! Worst thing to Ever happen to those poor women. I still shudder . And I wasn't even a victim. This is very important for cyber people to read, i think. It shows the depth of a psychopath mind and the deception that can happen over the Internet in chat rooms, Craig's list, and gaming. This is a mixture of many worlds, and many women , and many lies and murders. He was before his time. And I couldn't believe how MANY people were so easily trusting of him - including his own wife and children.
Another book from the mind of FBI profiler, John Douglas, "Anyone You Want Me to Be" is about convicted serial killer John Edward Robinson. Robinson was convicted of three counts of first-degree murder in 2003 and sentenced to death by legal injection for two of them.
The title of this book is misleading because the internet is not even referred to until more than 1/2 way through it. It is a tale of a married man from an average family who from scamming business after business to luring young women away from their families to participate in sex slave rings, internet use to follow.
Good book but not the author's best work. Details the life of a criminal as he graduates from being a swindler to a serial killer and later covers the trial details.
I got this book on a tip from a friend regarding a name in it. It was so well written that I read it cover to cover. Didnt think I would like the subject matter but it was written using all aspects of the case. And of course it had a good ending.......the culprit caught and convicted. The fact there was so much left unsolved has me intrigued if there will be a sequel to this book in the future??
Very interesting book. A good read.
John Douglas likes to toot his horn. Supposedly he had a character based on him in Silence of the Lambs. This ex-FBI agent criminal profiler sounds more like an arm chair criminolgist who read way too many True Crime books. This is my first problem with the book.