Meat - Memoirs of A Psychopath

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“If you wish to feel happy, take a pill.- If you seek a cure then face the truth”. A new world order has arrived. 'The truth cannot be silenced. Dr Cerys Davies is a pseudonym of British singer/songwriter: Jonathan R, P. Taylor More

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About Dr Cerys Davies

MEAT - Memoirs of A Psychopath

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Author: Dr Cerys Davies

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Dr Cerys Davies was born in Tenby, a small coastal town of Pembrokeshire, South Wales in 1956. Dr Davies qualified in 1982 at the renowned St Andrew’s University in Scotland. Having completed numerous academic research papers and joint publications throughout her long career, this publication is her first individual work. Dr. Davies works as a clinical personality profiler for a number of Police Authorities in the UK. Her involvement in ‘The Gabriel Investigation’ firmly established her reputation, for which she became known as one of the best criminal psychologists this country has to offer. Dr. Davies works today in her own private clinical practice in Cardiff. She lives with her husband, Nigel, a composer, and their two daughters, Chandelle 19, and Isabella, 21, both of whom now are at university, studying to pursue careers in medicine.

Both girls follow in the footsteps of their mother.

These anonymous memoirs are printed in full, unabridged and unedited. They were discovered by Merseyside Police officer P.C 5427 Brian Wilkinson in the early hours of June 16th 2009 following the routine search of an abandoned property. The preceding ‘Preface’ text was handwritten and attached to the memoirs as a covering letter, while the memoirs themselves were typed. For what purpose they were written is clear but the author’s true identity and origin remain unknown.

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OfficeBrittunculi reviewed on May 27, 2017
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Thank you, Corrine. The office here: we are so pleased to hear you enjoyed the story. Saddened to hear that the errors reduced your overall enjoyment. We tried to keep the text as authentic as possible but given your reader concerns the sections you refer to have been fully edited and corrected - it is now error free!
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Deberah Shillings reviewed on Aug. 13, 2013

WTF! This book is great. So absolutely unbelievable it is believable - is it? Extremely clever, unique, nothing out there like it that I have ever read before. Not so much horrifying but deeply disturbing. A real head ***k. We saw 'the shrine' at Buzludzha in memory of two killed photographers (Bulgaria) and traced this book back from the information there. An absolute must read from beginning to end...
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Corrinne McMahon reviewed on Aug. 11, 2013

Also I must add, I understand the memoir itself is unedited so of course one cannot complain about any errors found, but Dr Davies notes are also questionable in regards to punctuation and grammer. I gave this book one star in my last review but I feel this may have been a little harsh, It IS interesting and did capture my attention. Reviewing this I give it 3 stars.
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Corrinne McMahon reviewed on Aug. 11, 2013
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I am still in the middle of reading this book. I must say I am enjoying it thus far however I really felt I must leave a review even before I finish the read. I understand for the most part Smashwords is home to unpublished authors and there will most probably be the odd punctuation and grammatical error. However this book is littered with them. It is a shame because other than that it certainly is an entertaining read. But for me I have found it a little disappointing.
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Fetish Fiction reviewed on Feb. 3, 2013

The contrast between the psychiatrist's analytical writing and the killer's horrific ranting is really clever. By turns fascinating, grotesque and horrific, this book breaks all the rules. A sort of anti-narrative with a strong narrative drive, contemporary writing driven by the desires and the powerful, pounding pulse of one of the nastiest serial killers I've ever encountered. And the shift in gear from the domestic to the almost apocalyptic is both startling and shocking, to say the very least.
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