The Dark Killers
Claude Lessiter-Jones started writing when he retired from being a prison governor in the UK. He had held the post at a high level security prison housing many of the country’s most dangerous murderers, and his work there meant that he regularly liaised with the visiting specialists studying the workings of the criminal mind. More
His previous findings about research on the same subject have also been submitted to academic publications in a number of countries world-wide, under various pen names and in several languages. Whilst he was working he could not be identified for obvious reasons in case of danger to his person should the released criminals take exception to his general conclusions. Most however, were in prison for ‘life’ but this did not necessarily protect him. Here, however, in this genre we are assured that he writes as himself.