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Lizzie Didn't Do It; Emma Did!

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On a hot summer day in August of 1892, a double murder took place in Fall River, Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Borden were killed in their own home by a person or persons unknown who attacked them with an axe or hatchet-type implement. As of today, the case is still unsolved and open. Many millions of words have been written about the events of that day, and people st ...more
Paperback, 74 pages
Published (first published December 16th 2010)
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Stacey Woods
I read a lot of crime books, and am starting to read a few more true crime books recently, so when I saw Lizzie Didn’t Do It; Emma Did! advertised, I was interested to read it.

If you don’t know, the Lizzie Borden case is very famous in the US, often mentioned in TV shows and Films, and even spawning a childrens’ rhyme. The crimes took place in Fall River, Massachussetts, in 1892, where Andrew and Abby Borden were brutally murdered with a hatchet in their home. Andrew Borden’s youngest daughter,
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