Australia's Most Evil Women

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    Of all of the countless murders committed by women in Australia’s criminal history, only thirteen can be classified as pure evil. They are all in this book.

    It’s a little-known fact that Australia has some of the most evil murderesses in history.

    This figure includes the highest percentage of female serial killers anywhere in the world.

    Australian true crime historian Paul B. Kidd has catalogued the most evil of the evil.

    After reading this book you will be unable to look your babysitter, mother-in-law, grandmother, the kindly lady next door or the couple across the road in the eye without wondering: ‘Could they have murder on their minds?’

    This is arguably the most chilling Australian true crime book ever written.

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    Number of Pages: 240
    Format(s): Ebook - ISBN: 9781743466858
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    Listed in: True stories, True crime
    Publisher: The Five Mile Press

    Books by Paul B. Kidd

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