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Memoirs of Four Convicted Murderers is a practical and personal criminal rehabilitation text. From the opening chapter readers are challenged to learn about criminal characteristics and identify them in the authors' memoirs. The memoirs provide real-life accounts of seemingly normal people who failed to identify and control their criminal characteristics. Among other things, the memoirs include material on drug sales and abuse; bullying, fighting; steroids; peer pressure, effects of divorce; insecurities; athletic prowess and achievements; college-life; climbing the corporate ladder; martial arts; juvenile pregnancy; crime and murder; life in prison as a juvenile; losing loved-ones while incarcerated; remorse; regret; and shame. Following the memoirs, readers are asked to evaluate themselves for criminal characteristics. The criminal change process is then discussed, and special emphasis is given to explaining internal/ external deterrents; cut-off; thinking errors; environmental crime factors; change techniques; and 12 guiding principles to positive social development.
Discovery series Unusual Suspects portrayed author Robert E. Leamon III as the perpetrator in the episode, "Where's Becky." Robert now speaks for the first time.
All profits go to the Michigan Crime Victims' Services Fund.