The Most Evil Women in History


      The Most Evil Women in History
This book details the lives and careers of fifteen women whose crimes have, at one time or another, stained the pages of history Parricide, fratricide and, most terrible of all, infanticide murder under trust serial murder, including the stalking and killing of men torture, persecution, massacre and judicial murder sexually motivated killings murders for gain or to conceal other crimes all these and others are detailed in this fascinating study of the manifestation of true evil in women over some 2,000 years From Roman empresses to jealous daughters and bored housewives, they have all been responsible for terrible crimes. Best Download Books The Most Evil Women in History author Shelley Klein – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 192 pages
  • The Most Evil Women in History
  • Shelley Klein
  • English
  • 16 September 2018
  • 1843170388

10 thoughts on “ The Most Evil Women in History

  1. says:

    Dear Reb, I really don t wanna offend you, you re so adorable and amazing, but Iwhen I look into Myra Hindley s picwell, whatever

  2. says:

    It s time for me to shelve this book Perhaps it has a future as a reference book, but I haven t really sold myself on that possibility Why am I abandoning this work The facts that Shelley Klein presents are often quite often uninteresting I had hoped for an analytic treatment of the material this text...

  3. says:

    Yes, this book contains a mighty evil bunch of nasty, rotten women I had heard of 10 of the 15 women profiled here Lizzie Borden, Audrey Marie Hilley, Valeria Messalina, Agrippina the Younger, Catherine the Great, Elena Ceaucescu, Mary Ann Cotton, Rose West, Aileen Carol Wuornos, and Myra Hindley five were new to me Tz u Hsi, Queen Ranavalona I, Marie Noe, Grace Marks, and Karla Homolka The author emphasizes that many men have committed acts as bad or worse than these women did What make Yes, this book contains a mighty evil bunch of nasty, rotten women I had heard of 10 of the 15 women profiled here Lizzie Borden, Audrey Marie Hilley, Valeria Messalina, Agrippina the Younger, Catherine the Great, Elena Ceaucescu, Mary Ann Cotton, Rose West, Aileen Carol Wuornos, and Myra Hindley five were new to me Tz u Hsi, Queen Ranavalona I, Marie Noe, Grace Marks, and Karla Homolka The author emphasizes that many men have committed acts as bad or worse than these women d...

  4. says:

    Don t ask me why I read books like this I am drawn to understanding the dynamics of wretched people I also have an unhealthy fascination with hoarders and gypsies Don t ask me why, I can t even give my husband a satisfying anwer Anyway, not great writing or anything but interesting, especially for a History major For instance, did you know that that Elena Ceausescu wife of Communist leader of Romania fro...

  5. says:

    I picked this book up because it is one of the few out there that mentions Ranavalona I, who I am currently researching, but I was deeply intrigued to read about the other wicked women in here some of whom I ve heard of and some who were new to me It s definitely a great introduction to several different evil women, but a lot of the entries read like something I could have looked up on Wikipedia I was hoping forin depth ideas, or perhaps apsychological look into the womens min I picked this book up because it is one of the few out there that mentions Ranavalona I, who I am currently researching, but I was deeply intrigued to read about the other wicked women in here some of whom I ve heard of and some who were new to me It s definitely a great introduction to several different evil women, but a lot of the entries read like something I could have looked up on Wikipedia I was hoping forin depth ideas, or perhaps apsychological look into th...

  6. says:

    I ve always loved true crime, much to the concern of my parents, so I was all about reading this book Sadly, it failed to deliver, and instead of the most evil women in history, the author serves up a few women worthy of being called the most evil in history, some who need serious help, and a few whose crimes were nowhere near horrible enough to qualify them to be included The Canadian maid from the 1800 s who, along with a guy she worked with, killed one man and attempted to kill his lover is I ve always loved true crime, much to the concern of my parents, so I was all about reading this book Sadly, it failed to deliver, and instead of the most evil women in history, the author serves up a few women worthy of being called the most evil in history, some who need seriou...

  7. says:

    Not the best historical work on evil people Interesting subject matter and interesting approach I liked her approach of explaining the background of these women before their crimes The problem is that Klein sometimes uses a woman s depraved husband as an excuse, when that may not have been geniunely the case.The one evil woman I disagree with is Catherine the Great, but that s because after studying Russian history I don t believe she was one who hated her people Catherine the Great was ou Not the best historical work on evil people Interesting subject matter and interesting approach I liked her approach of explaining the background of these women before their crimes The problem is that Klein sometimes uses a woman s depraved husband as an excuse, when that may not have been geniunely the case.The one evil woman I disagree with is Catherine the Great, but that s because after studying Russian history I don t believe she was one wh...

  8. says:

    Here is a book you truly can t judge by its cover The cover is for marketing purposes It is sensational The contents are not I found this book to be a very interesting read, don t get me wrong But, The Most Evil Women in History I question that I will agree that there are a few examples in here that were really horrific reading but there were some that I felt werebent on survival than being truly evil Examples are the older stories about Catherine the Great and Aggrippina the Les Here is a book you truly can t judge by its cover The cover is for marketing purposes It is sensational The contents are not I found this book to be a very interesting read, don t get me wrong But, The Most Evil Women in History I question that I will agree that there are a few examples in here that were really horrific reading but there were some that I felt werebent on survival than being truly evil Examples are the older stories about Catherine the Great and Aggrippina the Lesser Lets face it, in today s world Men have problems behaving properly and treating women fairly In those times Multiply the abuse by about 1000 I felt that these women did what they did just to stay alive and to flurish Also, with one expection, all the women described here did...

  9. says:

    The Most Evil Women In History by Shelley Klein 2003Barnes Noble Books 3.8A quick read of 15 women deemed the most evil in history, broken into categories according to the type of crime they committed Each is given at least 10 pages about their pasts and crimes Almost all include bw photos.Among them are Tz u Hsi, The Dragon Empress whose...

  10. says:

    Some of the stories in this book were very interesting However, I was unfamiliar with most of the women featured in this, which was not the case with the previous book I ve read in this series of books Therefore, it was hard for me to see them as the most evil if I ve never even heard their name before The writing was a bit repetitive, especially when the picture captions said word for word what was written in the actual text Also, there was quite the sliding scale when it came to the defi Some of the stories in this book were very interesting However, I was unfamiliar with most of the women featured in this, which was not the case with the previous book I ve read in this series of books Therefore, it was hard for me to see them as the most evil if I ve never even heard their name before The writing was a bit repetitive, especially when the picture captions said word for word what was written in the actual text Also, there was quite the sliding scale when it came to the definition of evil for these women Some were mass murderers who killed simply because people got in the way of their ambition There were mothers who murdered their children or o...

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