Dressed like heroes from comic books and action movies, Real Life Super Heroes are out there. They dress up at night, fight crime, save people, and some of them even have secret identities. Are they ordinary, mild-mannered citizens, or are they larger-than-life characters, determined to fight crime, risking life and limb to defend victims of violence and injustice? And why do some choose to reveal their true identities, while others prefer to remain anonymous?
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Far from being merely an expose on a few rogue crime-fighters, Ms. Fezzani’s book, Real Life Super Heroes, delves into the inner workings of what makes her subjects tick. In essence, her piece isn’t just about a few brave vigilantes, it’s about the vanishing American way… Underneath the flashy names and spandex, there is something that pierces to the heart of all of us: that justice — no matter how it is served — is undeniably American.
Senior Psychologist Supervisor, California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation
Nadia Fezzani wrote this book perfectly, there is nothing else to say. That book is very interesting, it make us understand more about serial killer. THANKS !
Reader: Marianne - Amazon.ca
Interesting and intriguing. This book explains the face of serial killers we dont normally see. Excellent read.
Reader: Plsamson - Amazon.ca
I never realized how fragile the human brain could be and how easily things can effect it. This book was an amazing read and I'd definitely recommend others to read it to if you enjoy this topic.
Reader: Amanda - Goodreads.com