From The Darkness Of My Mind

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Are serial killers born or made? Nature versus nurture? Follow the journey of a mild mannered, soft spoken young man from childhood to adulthood. By all accounts Cody appears to be normal in every way, but inside, he's a ticking time bomb ready to explode. Follow him as he transforms into a sociopathic killer.

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About Ron L. Carter

Ron L. Carter - born - Norman, Arkansas. Lives in Visalia, CA. Graduated from Redwood High School in 1965 and College of the Sequoias in 1969. Spent twenty one months in the U.S. Army and did one tour of duty in Vietnam from Sept. 1967 to Sept. 1968 (during the Tet Offensive).

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CarolsLoft reviewed on on Dec. 9, 2018

Great book. I think anyone who wants to get into the mind of a person with a dysfunctional personality disorder should read this book. How psychopaths rationalize their behavior and accept no responsibility, because in their mind they truly believe they have done nothing wrong, and the victim truly deserves what they got.
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Larry Parker reviewed on on July 31, 2013

A very well written book about a narcissist who kills at will when someone pisses him off. I found this book to be very interesting and exciting to read. I think this book would make a great movie.
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Karma Derby reviewed on on July 1, 2013

A roller coaster ride from the very first chapter. The author gives the reader a seldom seen glimpse into the mind of a killer. Cody justifies his murders by killing those who hurt others. This story brings up the controversial question: Is it ever okay to take a life? What if its a child molester? A wife batterer? A sadistic rapist? Another serial murderer?
As the story progressed and Cody's story became more complex, I found it difficult to remain impartial, unsympathetic to such a confused
young man. A dark and disturbing thrill ride to the very end.
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