About Dark Minds
Men and women of law enforcement work hard to solve every murder, but some cases remain stubbornly open - they run cold. In DARK MINDS, true crime author M. William Phelps works to reignite interest in cold cases. Using the instincts of an investigative journalist and driven by the unsolved murder of a loved one, he delves into the minds of these murderers and why they kill. He doesn't have a badge, but he does have help from veteran criminal profiler John Kelly and Kelly's secret source, an anonymous serial killer serving multiple life sentences. Together, they review the evidence and speculate on who the perpetrator might be. By talking to police, survivors, family members and experts, Phelps learns more detail about the crimes and their investigative status. His portraits of these DARK MINDS may jog the public's memory.
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