Indeed, one meets hardly any individuals in this volume. Mentally disordered offenders appear mostly in the abstract, as if from afar—a gray, undifferentiated mass. If schizophrenia and dementia require different management, the reader will not learn about it here. Delusions, paranoia, alcoholism, depression, fear, anger, anxiety, hope, and recovery are terms that have their uses but, with rare exceptions, not in this book. Perhaps most surprising, the authors have virtually nothing to say about sex or violence, although sexual and violent crimes provide a high proportion of the men (and a few women) whose management is the book’s subject. "One size fits all" is not the motto of Herschel Prins or his students, but it does tend to be the unwritten rule of institutional life, and it is a theme of this book to a greater degree than its authors may have wished.