True Crime - With Malice Aforethought
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Poison has always been the preferred weapon of death for a lady. Maybe because it requires neither physical strength nor contact but does require a degree of intelligence to adminster. Or simply because, before the days of forensic science, it was almost impossible to detect. Two of the greatest Victorian poison cases are those of Madeleine Smith and Florence Maybrick, which despite over 100 years scrutiny still remain unsolved. Read about these poisonous women and their mystifying killings along with many other historic cryptic cases in Mysterious Murders.
King John and the Death of Prince Arthur, John de Nottingham, Who Killed Edward II, Richard III and the Princes in the Tower, Who Killed Mary Queen of Scots, Frances Howard, Elizabeth Fenning, Madeleine Smith, Florence Maybrick, Major John Oneby, Matthew Henderson, Laurence, Earl Ferrers, George Allen
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- Category: True Crime
- Published: 05 August 2011
- Publisher: Canary Press
- Print Length: 128 Pages
- Language: English
- Series: True Crime