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Women Who Murder: An International Collection of Deadly True Crime Tales is compiled by Mitzi Szereto. This is a true crime anthology detailing the deadly crimes of women worldwide, each account submitted by a different writer. While many people believe that the worst murderers are men, it’s clear that their crimes are mostly violent. With women, it’s a different matter, somehow more horrifying. This anthology delves into the deep, dark corners of their minds, spilling secrets from different continents and different eras, offering spine-chilling accounts of murder most horrid, proving that women are just as, if not more, deadly than men.
Women Who Murder by Mitzi Szereto offers a fascinating insight into the minds of female murderers. While delving into the minds of male killers is interesting, it’s even more so to learn why and how women do it. The female psyche is more complex and perhaps more deadly than any man’s, especially more disturbing when you learn some of the reasons why these women did what they did. These accounts are all really well written, and there is a mixture of well-known and little-known killers. They all offer an insight into what happened and plenty of detail as they try to answer one question: why? From ritual murder to serial killers, this book has it all. It’s a must-read book for all fans of true crime. If you want to understand what drives a woman to kill, this is the book for you.