America's First Female Serial Killer
America's First Female Serial Killer5 1 5 Scritto da: Mary Kay McBrayer
• Readers get the facts, but in the form of gripping storytelling. There are many books our there accounting the facts of her life and crimes, but none that take readers behind the scenes as if they witnessed it themselves. It gives you the true history, but lets you experience the dramatic events yourself, and make your own judgments.
• It is the rarely told story. Our criminal is an unprivileged woman, and although female serial killers are few and far between, statistics show that fatal and violent crimes committed by women are far more severely punished, even in instances of self-defense, and their stories are rarely told.
This book is for listeners of true crime podcasts and readers of both fiction and true crime nonfiction. This book is for watchers of television shows like Deadly Women and Mindhunter, who are fascinated more by how killers are made than intrigued by the crimes themselves. It’s for self-conscious feminists, Americans trying to bootstrap themselves into success, and anyone who loves a vigilante beatdown, especially one gone off the rails.
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