Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned by Wensley Clarkson
These are stories of women who challenge our idea of what we often mistakenly think of as the weaker sex. Their characters and backgrounds are as diverse as they are deadly and their crimes are every bit as gruesome as those carried out by their male counterparts. But what drives a woman to kill? Is there a common theme? Is it desperation, as in the case of the beautiful Diana Perry who suffered years of abuse at the hands of her husband before taking matters into her own hands? Or could it be pure evil, as in the case of Bobby, a lesbian whose interest in blood led her to lead a sect of like-minded women into one of the most horrific seduction killings ever seen? The astonishing truth lies in these pages.