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Devil Woman (Blake's True Crime Library) Paperback – 15 Apr 2003
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This is the inside story of a woman known as the most sinister in the history of British crime. Whilst the author was in prison for heading a prostitution ring she met Moors murderer Myra Hindley, who set out to captivate her. For months, Hindley confided in Jones, pouring out reminiscences of her past life with Ian Brady, the murders she had become infamous for and her experiences in prison. These conversations are documented within. This is a reconstruction of the permissive swinging 60s, a period that saw the author a pop star, night club dancer and party girl. It is also a description of the routine of violence, drugs and sex in women's prisons, as well as a revelation about Hindley's state of mind, one which offers an insight into the mind of someone who is thought of as one of the world's most evil women.
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