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Sex Crime Women : How The Girls Next Door Became The World's Most Notorious Criminals - Linda G Stunell

Sex Crime Women

How The Girls Next Door Became The World's Most Notorious Criminals

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Lorena Bobbitt, Karla Homolka, Pamela Smart, Mary Letourneau, and Karla Faye Tucker their names are recognized internationally and their stories continue to grab the headlines.

How could these attractive, feminine, girl-next-door stereotypes be capable of such crimes as rape, torture and sexual assault?

Sex Crime Women details the continuing story of these convicted women their sex crimes, their excuses, their dramatic lives, and their twisted notions of love.

Supported by court transcripts, research studies, psychiatric reports and expert opinions, Linda Stunell's extraordinary book dares to tell the truth about female sex crimes and female sexuality. It exposes the myths about love, power, and gender differences, and reveals how the media hype results in making celebrity superstars out of attractive women criminals.

Linda Stunell, a certified clinical hypnotherapist and sex counselor, takes the reader on a fascinating journey inside the minds of women who lost control and committed sexual crimes that seem completely at odds with their nature and appearance and who became some of the world's most notorious female criminals.

About the Author

Linda Stunell grew up in Ottawa, Canada, graduated from Carleton University with a double major in BA in psychology and sociology, then worked variously as an interviewer for CBS, freelance film writer, counsellor female offenders; documentary film maker and developer of Star Witness a non-violent crime prevention game. She is a certified clinical hypnotherapisst and sex counsellor.

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ISBN: 9781849015516
ISBN-10: 9780875802428
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 208
Published: 1st June 2010
Dimensions (cm): 20.0 x 13.0
Weight (kg): 0.17