Female Serial Killers: Up Close and Personal

Female Serial Killers: Up Close and Personal

By Christopher Berry-Dee

DISCOVER THE TRUE STORIES OF THE MOST DISTURBING FEMALE MURDERERS OF ALL TIME

 

You’ve heard of Manson, Jack the Ripper, and Ted Bundy. But have you heard of their equally terrifying female counterparts? Unearth the stories of some of the most chilling female serial killers throughout history, from gruesome murders to shocking tales of bloodlust. From murderous nurses to prey turned predator, immerse yourself in the minds of some of the world’s most evil women, including:

 

  • Cathy May Wood and Gwen Graham, a.k.a. The Deadly Nurses
  • Joanna Christine Dennehy
  • Sue Margaret Basso
  • Mary Flora Bell
  • Eva Dugan, and many more!

 

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Christopher Berry-Dee

Christopher Berry-Dee is the editor of The New Criminologist and director of the Criminology Research Centre. He has written numerous books on murderers and serial killers. He was also the researcher and interviewer for a 13-part TV series in the UK entitled The Serial Killers. Visit his website at christopherberrydee.com.

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PRODUCT INFO
Released: April 2019

ISBN-10: 1612438970
ISBN-13: 9781612438979

Paperback
5.5" x 8.5"
312 pages

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