Why Do We Kill?
A former Baltimore homicide detective and an investigative crime reporter took an in-depth look at killings in Baltimore, where there are… read more
A former Baltimore homicide detective and an investigative crime reporter took an in-depth look at killings in Baltimore, where there are an average of 250 murders a year, in an effort to shed some light on how to stop it. The authors were joined in discussion by their editor. Mr. Ray moderated as they also responded to questions from members of the audience at Atomic Books in Baltimore. close
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