Pittsford, New York (PRWEB) February 11, 2015
Award-winning writer and documentary film maker Michael T. Keene announces his latest book, Question of Sanity, which examines the lives and times of seventeen female serial killers and their heinous murders set in New York during the nineteenth century.
An Unique Look into the Motivations of Female Serial Killers
The women who serve as the subjects for this book, all share compelling stories. Most of the women in Keene’s book are from North Central New York living along the Erie Canal in small, isolated rural communities.
Some of the women chronicled in the book include, Lizzie Halliday, convicted of murdering nine of her own family members. Catherine Claus, who boasted of killing 15 infants in her care, Caroline D. Sorgenfrie, charged with the murder of her four husbands’, and Ella Holdridge, the fourteen year old thrill killer who enjoyed looking at her victims because, “They looked so nice dead”.
“Question of Sanity is a fascinating look into our criminal past"...."Highly Recommended,” Barbara Rockell, PhD., Criminology Program Director, St. John Fisher College
About the Author
Michael Keene is the author of Folklore and Legends of Rochester, Murder, Mayhem and Madness, Madhouse, and Abandoned. Keene is also the producer of the award-winning documentary series, Visions, as well as the recently released MP3 audio recordings of his books. For additional reviews and commentary visit: http://www.ad-hoc-productions.com/.
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