A Mind to Crime
Crime, and what to do about it, has never been so urgent a problem. Moral, social, economic and psychological explanations have all been tried without success. But in the search for an answer, the resources of one science have been overlooked. In the last decade biology has made astonishing advances in investigating the link between the brain’s physiology and criminal behaviour. There is a sense in which some “criminals” are born, not made - in which case can we truly call them criminal, or just ill? So should the police, judiciary, social workers and psychologists change their attitudes accordingly? This book investigates.
Publisher: Michael Joseph Ltd (28 Sep 1995)
Trial and Error
This book is based on the Channel 4 documentary series exposing miscarriages of justice. This book is currently out of print, but select chapters are available to read online: Peter Fell, Sheila Bowler, Mark Cleary, Mary Druhan, Gary Mills and Tony Poole
Publisher: Headline Book Publishing (15 Sep 1994)
The authors base their book on the scientific fact that the male brain is different from the female. From this they draw a series of conclusions which argue that much of the great debate on sexual equality has been erroneous.
Publisher: Mandarin; New edition edition (10 Jan 1991)