KILLERS IN COLD BLOOD looks at the dark side of the criminal mind. These are the men and women who commit heinous acts with a gruesome disregard for human life. They do not conform to what society considers to be 'normal' standards, they seem to act purely for self-gratification in their own little worlds of perversion. The difficulty in bringing these monsters to justice is proving whether they are just bad or mad, whether in fact the individual is mentally ill or whether they are fully aware of what they have done.
Ted Bundy and Jeffrey Dahmer are examples of men who killed in cold blood. They knew exactly what they were doing, they knew right from wrong, and yet they still committed their crimes.
Gerard Cheshire has a wealth of experience as a freelance writer and editor of non-fiction books in the fields of history and general reference. Gordon Kerr has worked at Waterstone's and Bloomsbury and is now a freelance writer and journalist.