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In this short book of approximately 6,000 words best-selling author and historian Sylvia Perrini invites you to the world of the woman serial killer.
Velma Barfield was a serial poisoner whose preferred method of murder was arsenic. She was the first woman executed by lethal injection after the death penalty was reinstituted in the US in 1976.
Although she was only tried for one murder, she confessed to four at the time of her arrest but is believed to have committed six murders in total.
Was she the cold bloodied killer the prosecution portrayed, or was their another side to the story?
And what if anything did we gain by her execution.