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- Names: Vargas Cervantes, Susana, author.
- Title: The little old lady killer : the sensationalized crimes of Mexico’s first female serial killer /
- Susana Vargas Cervantes.
- Description: New York : New York University Press,  | Series: Alternative criminology |
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Identifiers: LCCN 2018045002| ISBN 9781479876488 (cloth : alk. paper) |
- ISBN 9781479853083 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- Subjects: LCSH: Barraza Samperio, Juana Dayanara, 1954– | Women serial murderers—
- Mexico—Case studies. | Serial murders—Mexico—Case studies.
- Classification: LCC HV6535.M4 V37 2019 | DDC 364.152/32092—dc23
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