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Book Review: 17 Deadly Women Through The Ages: True Crime by Stephanie Glover

Free e-books often get a bad rep in the book community and I honestly don’t understand  why.

Every night just about, I search either iBooks or Google Play Books for the new free books being offered. Both keep their free book selection fairly updated so I would recommend checking either one out every once in a while.

This brings me to Stephanie Glover’s book. 17 Deadly Women is comprised of a handful of stories that come from the author’s other works about female serial killers throughout the centuries.

17 deadly women
Source: Amazon

It is a very short e-read at only 69 pages, though I found the tiny tidbits of information fascinating.

The book is broken up by centuries (17th, 18th, 19th, and so on), and features the basic background info, as well as the murders/crimes committed by these practically unknown women.

I would consider myself a genre-hopper because I love expanding my horizons and educating myself on just about everything.

Overall, I had my eyes glued to this one. Perfect for the lover of true crime stories.

17 Deadly Women earned a 4 out of 5 star rating from me.

If you’re interested in reading a more in-depth history about female serial killers, check out Female Serial Killers by Peter Vronsky. I actually have this one on my TBR and it looks very intriguing. 
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