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The birth of FBI profiling explored in new book by Ron Franscell

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Ron Franscell is the acclaimed author of 18 books and has been hailed as one of America’s best narrative nonfiction writers. A journalist who has covered war and natural disasters abroad, he wrote the international true-crime bestsellers "The Darkest Night" and the 2017 Edgar finalist "Morgue: A Life in Death."

His new book, "ShadowMan: An Elusive Psycho Killer and the Birth of FBI Profiling" delivers an account of the first time in history that the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit created a psychological profile to catch a serial killer.

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