Poisoned Blood

Philip E. Ginsburg

Poisoned Blood

Poisoned Blood

  • Title: Poisoned Blood
  • Author: Philip E. Ginsburg
  • ISBN: 9780684186696
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Hardcover

In the blood chilling tradition of In Cold Blood and Fatal Vision comes the true story of a woman who systematically murdered several members of her family and almost got away with it

Recent Comments "Poisoned Blood"

First question, how the hell do you support a wife who pretends to be dead and then come back as her own twin sister???Second, why in the world are prisons letting convicted murders out on weekend passes?? Especially unsupervised ones??? How the eff is that, or was that, ever a thing???

Wow. Another fantastic old true crime book. It is terrible that I have to search for old true crime goodies because there is nothing good to read that is newly published. Well I do ask friends to give me recommendations for newer books but I guess they are in the same boat.A lot of newer books are or biased, or telling everything in the first chapter, or are boring and only based on newspapers and trial transcripts.Take a look at the 3 old tc books I just read.Shallow Grave in Trinity CountyThis [...]

Amazing true story!!

The lady killer was one of my family member's next door neighbor, here in Alabama. Of course, everyone said said she was the sweetest lady, they never would have thought she was a murderer looking at her appearance. She was classy, pretty, and dignified, fooling everyone with her looks and charm. This scandal was very huge in the South during this time period, and her name is forever part of history here. This has even been made into a movie, starring Judith Light.

This Ginsburg account was true to the events and even answered a lot of the questions one would have about Marie Hilley's saga.Yes, I was living in Anniston at the time (still am) and followed the news releases very closely - as did all the residents.Ginsburg gave a lot of background in the lives of the characters which I don't remember and I doubt that those facts were made public since they had no bearing on the crime, just on the story.This saga just goes to show that facts are stranger than [...]

This is a riveting true story of a woman who went about her business of poisoning loved ones that she no longer wanted around. An astonishing complex case that keeps us on the edge of our seats. The tale of a woman with a genius for deception and the saga of this cold cruel person is told expertly by this amazing author. I highly recommend it for all true crime fans.

This was one of the best books I've ever read. If I hadn't of met some people like her I would've thought some of it was hard to believe. But in my opinion it was an accurate account of a female narcissist.

This is the true story of how a dignified, respected woman killed her husband and poisoned her daughter. She became a fugitive for three years. This true crime book really did hold my interest.

Another murderess I'd not heard ofn, films have been made about this particular killer.

Sick story of a very sick lady.

My dad is in this story as someone who investigated a murderer in VT.

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