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Publisher's Summary

Within a maze of true-crime books that tend to provide only minor portions of the whole story, Female Serial Killers, the Damsels of Death provides much more detailed and comprehensive insight into the world of some of the most infamous serial killers in American history.

Profiled in volume 2 are:

  • The damsel of death, Aileen Wournos
  • The pickax killer, Karla Faye Tucker
  • Blood sacrifice and devil worship killer Sara Aldrete
  • Child killer Andrea Pia Kennedy
  • The pedophile killer, Sheila LaBarre
  • Babies in a box: infant killer Diane O'dell
  • The giggling grandma, Nannie Doss
  • The Auburn cyanide murders: Stella Nickell
  • The torture mother, Gertrude Baniszewski
  • The angel of death, Kristen Gilbert
  • Incest, torture, and murder: Rosemary West
  • The little old lady killer, Juana Barraza
  • The most evil woman in Britain, Myra Hindley
  • The boardinghouse killer, Dorothea Puente
  • A deadly bedside manner: nutty nurse Jane Toppan

©2016 Brian Lee Tucker (P)2016 Brian Lee Tucker

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Just an FYI for anyone looking to purchase this book: more than half of the women featured here aren't serial killers. Some had only killed one person, others were clinically insane, with a smattering of actual famous female serial killers. This book should be called 'famous female murderers' and drop the whole serial killer angle all together.