WOMEN SERIAL KILLERS OF THE 17th CENTURY (WOMEN WHO KILL)

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WOMEN SERIAL KILLERS OF THE 17th CENTURY

This was the century when royal poison scandals sent shockwaves throughout Europe. The scandals so rocked France, that Louis XIV in 1662, passed a law stopping the sale of poisonous substances to people other than professionals, and for all purchasers to be registered.

In this short booklet of approximately 9,300 words, best selling author Sylvia Perrini takes a look at some of the most prolific women poisoners of this century, and a look at one woman, who did not use poison, just torture.

Be prepared to be shocked.

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