THEY HAD A WAY WITH WOMEN by Leonard Gribble

THEY HAD A WAY WITH WOMEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mr. Gribble has written more than 200 books, a good many just like this one (Adventures in Murder; Famous Murders; etc.) a selection of twelve cases, half familiar, half unfamiliar, and none given the benefit of any particular insight. These mostly concern women who were seduced before meeting the death which was worse than that other fate--often at the hands of a multiple murderer such as Whitechapel's Jack the Ripper or Scottish Dr. Neill or American Carlyle Harris who despatched his secret bride to a girl's boarding school before disposing of her finally. But on the whole bone dry--more gristle than grue.

Pub Date: July 1st, 1968
Publisher: Roy