A look of some troubled marriages in Victorian and Edwardian era America.
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When Marriages Go Bad It Can Be Deadly
Authored by Marilyn A. Hudson (CreateSpace/WhorlBooks)
Rosebuds, lace, whispered promises to have and to hold....these are the romantic images of marriage in the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Sometimes, however, that pledge to remain true and faithful 'til death we do part' gave ideas of a darker sort to mis-matched couples.Explore some of the cases which had people talking, gawking, and guessing. Murderous Marriages because when love goes wrong - it can be a killer.
Marilyn A. Hudson is an author and researcher who loves turning over history to see the story long hidden by time, ego, and reputations. A graduate of the University of Oklahoma with degrees in history, library and information studies, she collects arcane tales and has been dubbed the "genie of bizarre history". Hudson is author of several historical monographs When Death Rode the Rails, Tales of Hell's Half Acre, Halloween and fiction such as the short story collection The Bones of Summer, short fiction such as the Madame Delaine series, and is co-author of novel The Mound.