PUBLICATIONS:  Serial Murder and Investigation: General

 

The Need to Kill: Inside the World of the Serial Killer. (2003) Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Publications, 259 pp.

 

Serial Killer investigation (1500 words) Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement (forthcoming in 2006). Sage Publications

 

Mass Murder (500 words) and Serial Murder (500 words) Encyclopedia Americana. Scholastic Publications (2004).  Electronic version at http://ea.ada.grolier.com/cgi-bin/article?assetid=0432073-00

 

Serial Killers and Their Victims (2004), a chapter in Violence: A Contemporary Reader, edited by Ron Holmes, Prentice-Hall Publishers, pp. 159-181.

 

The Killers Among Us: An Examination of Serial Murder an Its Investigation, 2nd edition. (2002), Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall Publishers, 296 pp.

 

Homicide, Serial. Encyclopedia of Criminology & Deviant Behavior. (2000). NY: Brunner-Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. Pp. 278-280.

 

Deviance and Violence Study Guide (1998). Boca Raton, Florida: National Institute for Paralegal Arts and Sciences (For online distance learning course using The Killers Among Us: An Examination of Serial Murder and Its Investigation by S. Egger and Understanding Violence and Victimization by R. Meadows.) 160 pp.

 

The Killers Among Us: an Examination of Serial Murder and Its Investigation, 1998, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall Publishers, 296 pp.

 

Book Review of Serial Murders and Their Victims for CJ International, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1993.

 

“A Preliminary Taxonomy of Law Enforcement Response Strategies to Serial Murder: A Framework for Analysis and Development of New Alternatives,” The New York Law Enforcement Journal, Vol. 7, pp. 1-11.

 

Serial Murder: The Investigator’s Response.” (1990) State Peace Officer’s Journal (Texas), Vol. 39, No. 1, pp. 72-75.

 

“The Serial Killer,” OMNI, (accepted in 1988 not published).

 

“Serial Murder,” Encyclopedia of Police Science, Garland Publishing Inc., 1989, pp. 578-582.

 

“A Research Note-A Challenge to Academia: Preliminary Research Agenda for Serial Murder,” Journal of ideology, Vol. 1, No. 2, June 1986, pp. 27-33.

PAPERS PRESENTED: Serial Murder and Investigation: General

 

“Investigative Response to a Serial Murder Investigation,” Project Enigma Special Police Staff and Home Office Staff, Bramshill Police Staff College, May 15, 1996.

 

“An International Taxonomy of Investigative Responses to Serial Murder,” Special Investigative Psychology Conference, University of Liverpool, England March 14, 1994.

 

“Law Enforcement Response Strategies to Major Inquiries,” Investigative Psychology: 2nd International Symposium, University of Surrey, Guildford, England, April 20, 1993.

 

 “Serial Killing the Lambs of Our Dreams”-Essay in progress presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 1992.

 

“Different Law Enforcement Responses to Serial Murder”, Illinois Central Police Chief’s Association Meeting, April 17, 1991

 

“A Preliminary Taxonomy of Law Enforcement Response Strategies to Serial Murder: A Framework for Analysis and Development of New Alternatives,” presented at American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, November 1990.

 

 “Serial Murder-The Development of a Preliminary Research Agenda: Order Out of Chaos,” Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, Illinois (1984).