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Stephen Singular

I wanted to explore the roots of violence from a spiritual perspective - after having written about this subject for the past 35 years from a legal, social, and political angle. I wanted to go deeper into what drives violence, while telling a personal story about my own struggles with these issues and impulses. It's a book about healing the wounds that violence hands down over generations -- and about trying to break this chain in a way that goes far beyond conventional therapy. It's about discovering more about how we function emotionally.
I graduated in 1972 from the University of Kansas with a degree in European history. I've published articles in New York Magazine, Psychology Today, Inside Sports, The New York Times Magazine, and Rolling Stone. Since 1987, I\'ve published 25 non-fiction books, including two New York Times bestsellers. My other work includes social criticism and business and sports biographies. I've appeared on "Good Morning, America," "The Today Show," CNN's "Larry King Live" and "Anderson Cooper 360," FOX-TV's "The O'Reilly Factor," MSNBC's "Hardball" and and "The Rachel Maddow Show." Five of the books have been turned into TV films, movies or mini-series.


  • The Heart of Violence


    Journalist Stephen Singular, a New York Times bestselling author, has written books about some of the most high-profile crimes in recent American history: the O.J. Simpson case, the JonBenet Ramsey case, and the saga of the BTK serial killer.

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