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Infamous Lady This biography explores the life of the 16th century Blood Countess of Hungary Erzsebet Bathory Reputed to be both a vampire and the worl This book is a must read for anyone who is an avid enthusiast of the countess history and criminal investigations It is well written compelling and a significant contribution to the scholarly community Ms Craft goes beyond the fragmented story that has been pieced together over the years and presents new information including family history and actual correspondance written by the Countess and those close to her translated into English for the first time It brings a new side of the Countess to life and leaves you thinking that she is much than just the sadistic monster that folklore has made her out to be It is truly a remarkable text which is perhaps the most in depth treatise about Elizabeth Bathory available It is also an amazing bargain as it is half the price of other publications The website for this publication is also worth a look It has nice reference material and a community for Bathory scholars and Enthusiasts I am looking forward to from this author and supplemental material about the Countess Enjoy

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D's worst female serial killer she allegedly bathed in the blood of her 650 victims Based on newly found source material translated into I absolutely loved this book I am a fan of Erzsebet Bathory and have been searching for a book that gives an accurate portrayal of her life for some time This is the best I found so far It was fascinating and appalling at the same time and I found myself unable to put it down I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in learning about the life of the Blood Countess

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read epub Õ Infamous Lady ë Paperback ´ This biography explores the life of the 16th century Blood Countess of Hungary Erzsebet Bathory Reputed to be both a vampire and the world's worst female serial killer she allegedly bathed in the blood of her 650 victims Based on newly found source material translated into English for the fEnglish for the first time this book explores the actual life and trial of Countess Bathory through letters documents and trial transcrip I admit I went in expecting a scandalous thrill; what I got what was repetitive and morbid listing To be expected of course but poorly written repetitive and confuses her facts was it the shirt that was so bloody or the skirt? Half the text is translated letters