R. Barri Flowers is a respected literary criminologist with more than two dozen criminology, law, and true crime books to his credit. With an advanced degree from Michigan State University's School of Criminal Justice, he has lent his knowledge to nonfiction books tackling many important criminology issues in the news today, including serial and mass homicides, terrorism, domestic and dating violence, minorities and crime, white collar offenses, drug-related crimes, prostitution, child sexual abuse, and juvenile delinquency. His bestselling true crime book, The Sex Slave Murders, is now in its seventh printing. Other hot sellers include Murders in the United States: Crimes, Killers and Victims of the Twentieth Century; Male Crime and Deviance; The Prostitution of Women and Girls; and The Adolescent Criminal. Barri lives in a suburb of Portland, Oregon, where he enjoys sports, reading, music, art, and exploring the natural treasures and breathtaking beauty of the Pacific Northwest. He is currently busy working on his next novel. To learn more about Barri's writings and upcoming books, visit his Web site at http://rbarriflowers.homestead.com.Flowers, R. Barri is the author of 'Persuasive Evidence', published 2004 under ISBN 9780843954692 and ISBN 0843954698.