A Triptych of Poisoners

A Triptych of Poisoners by Jean Plaidy What makes men and women commit murder? Is it environment and upbringing? Or is it some characteristic unaffected by surroundings and contacts? In this triptych, the author has sought to answer these questions by an analysis of the lives of three notorious poisoners, each guilty of more than one murder, and living in different periods of time. First is Cesare Borgia, most notorious of all poisoners, who among his many crimes was suspected

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