Unni Turrettini's Mystery of the Lone Wolf Killer Wins 2016 Award For Adult Non-Fiction
Killer Nashville, the premier forum for all genres incorporating mystery, thriller, and suspense, honored Unni Turrettini's seminal work on Anders Behring Breivik. She is also presenting at Oslo's OddFellows Club on May 10 as well.
By: Unni Turrettini
Turrettini's argument "has wide application:
Moreover, "the thesis, that lone wolves can be identified only by sensitive observation by the communities within which they attempt to form connections, is believable and clearly stated. This will appeal to readers interested in criminology, sociology, and psychology."
Unni Turrettini was born in northern Norway and grew up in Drammen, a city near Oslo, approximately twenty minutes from where Breivik was raised. As a foreign exchange student, she graduated from high school in Kansas City, Kansas, and she has law degrees from Norway, France, and the United States. She currently lives with her family in Geneva, Switzerland, and is at work on a second book, a behind-the-scenes examination of the Nobel Peace Prize.
She has given TEDex talks, appeared at several prestigious private clubs, done interviews with W and had her book reviewed on the Huffington Post, as well as a full interview on Thrive Global.
On May 10, she will be giving a talk at the International Oddfellows Club in Oslo, Norway. She is available for public speaking engagements, book signings and conferences, where she can share her unique and important views on Lone Wolf Killers!
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