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Women Who Kill

3.69 of 5 stars 3.69  ·  rating details  ·  59 ratings  ·  5 reviews
A wonderful collection of true stories of murder most feminine!
Hardcover, 502 pages
Published June 1st 2004 by Booksales (first published March 1st 1993)
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Perhaps if the copy I picked up had still had the dust jacket, or found it under the original/ full title of The Mammoth Book of Women Who Kill, instead of just Women Who Kill, I would have realized more the lurid/ cheap nature of the book. The introduction seems to aim at seriousness and credibility, but the quality of writing in the various chapters was all over the map. A few were well-written, intelligent, and obviously well-researched and well-documented. Some were absolutely, dreadfully po ...more
Oct 19, 2007 Susannah rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: the dark side of the force
I borrowed this book from a friend and read it rather quickly...but then I started having murderous nightmares and I threw it in a garbage can in a New York Subway Station. Evil Book be Gone!!

It was interesting to read some of the 1,000 pages on hundreds of murdering women, from Lady Dracula to the modern day moors murderer, but it started to harsh my positive vibe dude.
This is truly a mammoth book! It's filled with short chapters for each of the murderess women. Its a fascinating read starting with Agrippa, Nero's mother and ending with Aileen Wuornos.
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Fuckin Awesome! Myra Hindley and Elisabeth Countess Bathory are my heros. I may just name my first born daughter Countess......
It includes women all throughout history. Very interesting.
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