Tom and Molly Martens: Trying and failing to spot the monsters in one’s midst
Where do they come from, these normal monsters? And how do we spot them, before it’s too late?
Memoir: My Brother Jason: The Untold Story of Jason Corbett’s Life and Brutal Murder by Tom and Molly Martens, By Tracey Corbett-Lynch with Ralph Riegel, Gill Books, €16.95
In 1941, an American psychiatrist named Hervey Cleckley published a book called The Mask of Sanity, in which he proposed a new theory of human evil. Living among us, Cleckley said, were psychopaths: people who, by any standard psychometric criteria, appeared perfectly normal,...
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