Absolutely fascinating look at a young woman who was framed for a grisley murder and then locked away for years in a mental hospital. She escaped several times and would be on her own for years before they caught up with her. How she escaped is a real surprise. I love anything written by this author.
Sy S. (bworm) reviewed The Trunk Murderess: Winnie Ruth Judd : The Truth About an American Crime Legend Revealed at Last on + 6 more book reviews
this book was a real eye opener to the many dishonest and
despicable "ol' boys club" political underbelly of our
local officials. what a waste of a potential loving and
caring life this poor woman could have lived. and a lesson
to not let the local governments push us around. when you're right fight like hell for it.
Irene M. reviewed The Trunk Murderess: Winnie Ruth Judd : The Truth About an American Crime Legend Revealed at Last on
I enjoyed this book. It is not gorey as the title might suggest. I now have a clear picture of what probably happened based on the research the author had done. Most facinating is the background of the press, the courts, and early times in Phoenix.