Review of Reviews,  12 (1895), 338.

Some Famous Female Criminals. By Major Griffiths, Inspector of Prisons




Publications abstracted:

Arthur G F Griffiths North American Review


Crime, Gender, Chemistry

    Explains that 'Very sly, slow things, with circumspect eyes, are women, and when they take to murdering, it is usually by way of poison'.

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