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"I DON’T LIKE MONDAYS.” The Famous hit song “I don’t like Mondays” penned by Bob Geldof, was written after the school shootings in San Diego, California, committed by Brenda Spencer. Once she was apprehended and asked why she had done it. Her reply was: “I don't like Mondays this kind of livens up the day” When one thinks of spree killers or rampage killers, normally one thi "I DON’T LIKE MONDAYS.” The Famous hit song “I don’t like Mondays” penned by Bob Geldof, was written after the school shootings in San Diego, California, committed by Brenda Spencer. Once she was apprehended and asked why she had done it. Her reply was: “I don't like Mondays this kind of livens up the day” When one thinks of spree killers or rampage killers, normally one thinks of a male. Men such as the Aurora Colorado Movie Theater James Eagan Holmes, Seung-Hui Cho Virginia Tech Massacre, Columbine school killers Eric David Bennet and Dylan Bennet Klebold, Adam Lanza at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and the 2011 massacre at a summer camp in Norway, by Anders Behring Breivik to name just a few. Yet, women have also committed these crimes just not in such large numbers as men. Welcome to the world of the Female Rampage Killer.


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"I DON’T LIKE MONDAYS.” The Famous hit song “I don’t like Mondays” penned by Bob Geldof, was written after the school shootings in San Diego, California, committed by Brenda Spencer. Once she was apprehended and asked why she had done it. Her reply was: “I don't like Mondays this kind of livens up the day” When one thinks of spree killers or rampage killers, normally one thi "I DON’T LIKE MONDAYS.” The Famous hit song “I don’t like Mondays” penned by Bob Geldof, was written after the school shootings in San Diego, California, committed by Brenda Spencer. Once she was apprehended and asked why she had done it. Her reply was: “I don't like Mondays this kind of livens up the day” When one thinks of spree killers or rampage killers, normally one thinks of a male. Men such as the Aurora Colorado Movie Theater James Eagan Holmes, Seung-Hui Cho Virginia Tech Massacre, Columbine school killers Eric David Bennet and Dylan Bennet Klebold, Adam Lanza at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and the 2011 massacre at a summer camp in Norway, by Anders Behring Breivik to name just a few. Yet, women have also committed these crimes just not in such large numbers as men. Welcome to the world of the Female Rampage Killer.

30 review for I Don't Like Mondays: Female Rampage Killers (Women Who Kill)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Edward Wolfe

    If you want to find info on several female rampage killers compiled in one place, and aren't looking for anything really special, this book will do. There are some errors, which include wrong names and dates, so don't consider everything you read to be factual in this book. This is the type of book where someone had an idea of something interesting, then probably spent a lot of time on Wikipedia compiling info (without 100% accuracy) and then strung it together with some basic narrative. At the en If you want to find info on several female rampage killers compiled in one place, and aren't looking for anything really special, this book will do. There are some errors, which include wrong names and dates, so don't consider everything you read to be factual in this book. This is the type of book where someone had an idea of something interesting, then probably spent a lot of time on Wikipedia compiling info (without 100% accuracy) and then strung it together with some basic narrative. At the end, summary thoughts are included, one of which said that part of the problem in society is the overcrowded mental hospitals. I almost laughed out loud when I read that. Most spree killers should have been institutionalized long before they killed anyone since it's usually abundantly clear to people who know them that they are not well. But they are walking the streets, filling office cubicles and classrooms, not because of overcrowding, but because it's nearly impossible to get them committed until *after* they've harmed anyone. Nancy Lanza was *trying* to get her son Adam committed, but couldn't. He was an adult. It would've violated his rights to have him committed. The Columbine killers had a website with a list of people they said they were going to kill. The Sheriff's office knew about it long before they killed anyone. I wrote a brief study of school shooters (which includes more interesting insight into the girl who said she didn't like Mondays) to dispel the notion that video games had anything to do with their massacres and one of the things I learned was that they're almost always mentally ill with criminal histories. They were walking time-bombs just waiting to go off. And the people who knew them and how potentially dangerous they were just waited until they did. Then they wrung their hands and said, "We did everything we could!" But our laws prevented them from doing more, like putting them away. You could walk around for six months wearing a shirt that says, "I'm going to kill 20 people on July 4th" and no one will do anything but look at your strange. Anyway, like I said, this book serves a purpose, but it's not great, or entirely accurate. (If you'd like to read one that focuses on school shooters, look for Fun & Games & Mass Murder.)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lynda Kelly

    This really isn't put together very well at all and seems more than a bit slapdash. I had a few downloaded compiled by this author and I've now deleted them all. I found it an odd disclaimer at the beginning-"Neither the publisher nor the author will be held liable for incorrect or factual mistakes". so who should be blamed then ?? She also got the Columbine killer Eric Harris' name wrong. He wasn't called Eric David Bennet. Then a date was wrong-instead of 2004 it was written as 1975, there were m This really isn't put together very well at all and seems more than a bit slapdash. I had a few downloaded compiled by this author and I've now deleted them all. I found it an odd disclaimer at the beginning-"Neither the publisher nor the author will be held liable for incorrect or factual mistakes". so who should be blamed then ?? She also got the Columbine killer Eric Harris' name wrong. He wasn't called Eric David Bennet. Then a date was wrong-instead of 2004 it was written as 1975, there were misplaced apostrophes, random hyphens and I lost the will to carry on when who was dropped from a line. I got to page 44 which was almost halfway as it's only a very brief compilation but I won't bother with anymore put together by this author.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ann

    don't waste your time and money on this book. a lot of the information is incorrect. a girl she wrote about has a sister and a brother. in the book she says she has 2 brothers. makes you wonder whether she has done good research and gotten her information from reliable sources. it is pretty obvious to me that she gathered all this information from the Internet, as a lot of the things weren't true. also, the title she chose for this book is terrible. the girl didn't say that. if she did it was one don't waste your time and money on this book. a lot of the information is incorrect. a girl she wrote about has a sister and a brother. in the book she says she has 2 brothers. makes you wonder whether she has done good research and gotten her information from reliable sources. it is pretty obvious to me that she gathered all this information from the Internet, as a lot of the things weren't true. also, the title she chose for this book is terrible. the girl didn't say that. if she did it was one of the many things she said. but it was most likely the media who came up with the line.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ronnie Cramer

    A short DIY effort. Not great, not terrible. Nine cases are presented in 75 pages; the remaining space is taken up with a definition of spree/rampage killer, the author's conclusion, and "other books by this author you may enjoy" (14 pages of promotional material in a 102 page book!).

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sam

    quick but interesting read. straight to the info. shows US mental health system can really fail on occasion, as can all. shame to think many lives could have been saved if people were helped or put in a hospital sooner

  6. 5 out of 5

    Donna Maguire

    Really enjoying these books, there were a few typos but not enough of an issue to detract from the main tales. I find them all fascinating!

  7. 4 out of 5

    ann cooper

  8. 4 out of 5

    Verity Rookard

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sharon E Mounts

  10. 5 out of 5

    Apolinar Perdomo

  11. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Kiss

  12. 4 out of 5

    Misty Chaloupka

  13. 5 out of 5

    ingred

  14. 5 out of 5

    Hayley June

  15. 4 out of 5

    Debi Atherfold

  16. 5 out of 5

    Waunaknit

  17. 5 out of 5

    thersia turbiville

  18. 4 out of 5

    Adrienne Barr

  19. 4 out of 5

    Phyllis Seibert

  20. 5 out of 5

    DAVID

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mr Barrie K Gibson

  22. 4 out of 5

    Diana Maree

  23. 4 out of 5

    Amy

  24. 4 out of 5

    Katya

  25. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Parrish

  26. 4 out of 5

    shelley montgomery

  27. 5 out of 5

    Stacy Weiler

  28. 4 out of 5

    Caryn

  29. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

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