Picking Up The Pieces

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Picking Up The Pieces ❮BOOKS❯ ⚣ Picking Up The Pieces Author Paul Britton – Polishdarling.co.uk From Britain s foremost criminal psychologist and bestselling author, a companion volume to his award winning autobiography, The Jigsaw ManPaul Britton can walk through the minds of those who murder, From Britain s foremost criminal psychologist and bestselling author, a companion volume to his award winning autobiography, The Jigsaw ManPaul Britton can walk through the minds of those who murder, rape, torture, extort and kidnap That is why the police call on him to help with many high profile criminal investigations and catch those responsible How does he do it In this unique and revealing book, he reveals the psychological and forensic foundations upon which he has Picking Up MOBI :ï based his expertise It is a remarkable journey into the darkest recesses of the human mind From top security prisons and mental hospitals to ordinary outpatients clinics, Britton introduces us to his clinical and forensic work over the past twenty years During that time, he has interviewed, assessed and treated people with damaged or broken minds Paul Britton shows that the answers are often found, not at the crime scene, but hidden away within someone s mind, or deep in their past Here he reveals the process by which he unlocks and deciphers the truth.


10 thoughts on “Picking Up The Pieces

  1. Ruthy lavin Ruthy lavin says:

    Another incredible and insightful book written by Paul Britton.Further detailed and informative accounts of some quite brutal and harrowing police investigations, and Paul s quite amazing criminal profiling.It has been many years since we have been privileged enough to read Paul s work, and I hope he hasn t gone into retirement just yet I m sure he has so muchto teach us.


  2. Andrew Andrew says:

    Overall this book felt disjointed and I couldnt help but feel that it was a rather lame attempt to eke out another book on the back of The Jigsaw Man an excellent read which detailed how Paul Britton aided the police in a number of high profile murder cases in the UK Some reviewers have argued that it contained less of the dark appeal of its predecessor I would disagree but would argue that the tales in this book lacked the appeal and were highly repetetive in nature I lost count of the nu Overall this book felt disjointed and I couldnt help but feel that it was a rather lame attempt to eke out another book on the back of The Jigsaw Man an excellent read which detailed how Paul Britton aided the police in a number of high profile murder cases in the UK Some reviewers have argued that it contained less of the dark appeal of its predecessor I would disagree but would argue that the tales in this book lacked the appeal and were highly repetetive in nature I lost count of the number of times that Britton said why are you the way you are and how did you get here in relation to a client There was little content in relation to Britton how he felt, the effect of his profession on his personal life there must have been one and his personal viewpoint towards clients This made the bookdull than it may otherwise have been.It was OK as a timefiller but if there is anything else on the bookshelf which is of any value then I would pick it up before this one


  3. Andrew Andrew says:

    Not as good as The Jigsaw Man, but still a remarkable insight into the world of crime.


  4. Simon Zohhadi Simon Zohhadi says:

    So far, an interesting read but I can t help thinking that Paul Britton is not quite as useful or accurate in his analysis as he thinks he is Nevertheless, his 2 books on my shelf are well worth reading.


  5. BleedingCowgirl BleedingCowgirl says:

    Brilliant I just started the book for a project I enjoy looking into my own worlds from aexperienced mind No doubt I will learn something If you are interested in criminal psychology or already in the field then READ this.


  6. Melody Hancock Melody Hancock says:

    Another fascinating book by this author It s different and not a sequel but a different look out how and why we treat people who commit theses terrible crimes It almost teaches you how to look at these people and their backgrounds to then go on to treat them Although in reality this is not possible from reading this book It does give you insight into what happens in the mental health system for assessing and implementing treatment Some great stories and real characters that get you really t Another fascinating book by this author It s different and not a sequel but a different look out how and why we treat people who commit theses terrible crimes It almost teaches you how to look at these people and their backgrounds to then go on to treat them Although in reality this is not possible from reading this book It does give you insight into what happens in the mental health system for assessing and implementing treatment Some great stories and real characters that get you really thinking about how and why people commit the crimes they do


  7. kerri kerri says:

    Simply brilliant After reading the jigsaw man I had to read this, its written so well and is a fascinating read and look into how a criminals mind works, how the became the person they are and how they are caught and or rehabilitated


  8. Ian Chapman Ian Chapman says:

    Page turner Thought you couldn t improve on the jigsaw man but this is even better going intodepth especially about patients we have never heard about unless they went on to commit murder.


  9. Susan Susan says:

    I find books like this fascinating I read nothing but non fiction Anything which has a puzzle element to it just fascinates me and I want to know Who What Why and Where So Paul Britton s books are right up my street The Jigsaw Man equally as good.


  10. Lynne Gibson Lynne Gibson says:

    Excellent bookI found it very hard to put this book down and at times I found my mouth falling open in disbelief I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in the workings of the mind.


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10 thoughts on “Picking Up The Pieces

  1. Ruthy lavin Ruthy lavin says:

    Another incredible and insightful book written by Paul Britton.Further detailed and informative accounts of some quite brutal and harrowing police investigations, and Paul s quite amazing criminal profiling.It has been many years since we have been privileged enough to read Paul s work, and I hope he hasn t gone into retirement just yet I m sure he has so muchto teach us.


  2. Andrew Andrew says:

    Overall this book felt disjointed and I couldnt help but feel that it was a rather lame attempt to eke out another book on the back of The Jigsaw Man an excellent read which detailed how Paul Britton aided the police in a number of high profile murder cases in the UK Some reviewers have argued that it contained less of the dark appeal of its predecessor I would disagree but would argue that the tales in this book lacked the appeal and were highly repetetive in nature I lost count of the nu Overall this book felt disjointed and I couldnt help but feel that it was a rather lame attempt to eke out another book on the back of The Jigsaw Man an excellent read which detailed how Paul Britton aided the police in a number of high profile murder cases in the UK Some reviewers have argued that it contained less of the dark appeal of its predecessor I would disagree but would argue that the tales in this book lacked the appeal and were highly repetetive in nature I lost count of the number of times that Britton said why are you the way you are and how did you get here in relation to a client There was little content in relation to Britton how he felt, the effect of his profession on his personal life there must have been one and his personal viewpoint towards clients This made the bookdull than it may otherwise have been.It was OK as a timefiller but if there is anything else on the bookshelf which is of any value then I would pick it up before this one


  3. Andrew Andrew says:

    Not as good as The Jigsaw Man, but still a remarkable insight into the world of crime.


  4. Simon Zohhadi Simon Zohhadi says:

    So far, an interesting read but I can t help thinking that Paul Britton is not quite as useful or accurate in his analysis as he thinks he is Nevertheless, his 2 books on my shelf are well worth reading.


  5. BleedingCowgirl BleedingCowgirl says:

    Brilliant I just started the book for a project I enjoy looking into my own worlds from aexperienced mind No doubt I will learn something If you are interested in criminal psychology or already in the field then READ this.


  6. Melody Hancock Melody Hancock says:

    Another fascinating book by this author It s different and not a sequel but a different look out how and why we treat people who commit theses terrible crimes It almost teaches you how to look at these people and their backgrounds to then go on to treat them Although in reality this is not possible from reading this book It does give you insight into what happens in the mental health system for assessing and implementing treatment Some great stories and real characters that get you really t Another fascinating book by this author It s different and not a sequel but a different look out how and why we treat people who commit theses terrible crimes It almost teaches you how to look at these people and their backgrounds to then go on to treat them Although in reality this is not possible from reading this book It does give you insight into what happens in the mental health system for assessing and implementing treatment Some great stories and real characters that get you really thinking about how and why people commit the crimes they do


  7. kerri kerri says:

    Simply brilliant After reading the jigsaw man I had to read this, its written so well and is a fascinating read and look into how a criminals mind works, how the became the person they are and how they are caught and or rehabilitated


  8. Ian Chapman Ian Chapman says:

    Page turner Thought you couldn t improve on the jigsaw man but this is even better going intodepth especially about patients we have never heard about unless they went on to commit murder.


  9. Susan Susan says:

    I find books like this fascinating I read nothing but non fiction Anything which has a puzzle element to it just fascinates me and I want to know Who What Why and Where So Paul Britton s books are right up my street The Jigsaw Man equally as good.


  10. Lynne Gibson Lynne Gibson says:

    Excellent bookI found it very hard to put this book down and at times I found my mouth falling open in disbelief I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in the workings of the mind.


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