e-Book Women Who Killed: Stories of Canadian Female Murderers epub downloadAuthor: Lisa Priest
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart; 1st Printing edition (May 23, 1992)
Category: True Crime
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Women Who Killed : Stories of Canadian Female Murderers. com User, October 5, 2000. In September 1986, Harriet Renae Giesecke, 40, knowing that she would never receive custody of her seventeen month old daughter because of her criminal record of writing phoney checks, wanted her estranged husband, Randall Carl Giesecke, 35, killed. So, on September 22, she coldly ambushed her husband in his underground parking lot and shot him twice with a high-powered shotgun.
Shocking, heart wrenching, thought provoking, WOMEN WHO KILLED offers a glimpse into the heart of darkness that discriminates between no sex. The book is good vintage condition with some shelf wear and the type of paper more like newsprint has turned sepia, the first page has pen markings but the rest of pages are clean and clear and the ink is bright. Payment I accept PayPal Shipping I Ship Canada Post Only. There is no media mail just standard shipping. I ship within three (3) days of confirmed payment.
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