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People/Characters: Lizzie Borden

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"The Myth of Lizzie Borden" (in Quality of Murder) by James Reach
The Afterlife Handbook: A Travel Guide to Your Final Destination by Michael Powell
American murder ballads and their stories by Olive Woolley Burt
Bad Girls from History: Wicked or Misunderstood? by Dee Gordon
Bootleggers, Lobstermen & Lumberjacks: Fifty of the Grittiest Moments in the History of Hardscrabble New England by Matthew P. Mayo
The Borden murders: An annotated bibliography by Robert A Flynn
The Borden Tragedy by Rick Geary
Chapelwood: The Borden Dispatches by Cherie Priest
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Vs. Lizzie A. Borden: The Knowlton Papers, 1892-1893 : A Collection of Previously Unpublished Letters from the Fil by Michael Martins
Did Lizzie Borden Axe For It? by David Rehak
Fall River Outrage: Life, Murder, and Justice in Early Industrial New England by David Richard Kasserman
The Fall River Tragedy: A History of the Borden Murders by Edwin H. Porter
Forty Whacks: New Evidence in the Life and Legend of Lizzie Borden by David Kent
Ghost Investigator Volume 2: From Gettysburg, PA to Lizzie Borden, AX (Vol 2) by Linda Zimmermann
Girl in the House of Hate by Charles Samuels
The good, the bad & the mad : weird people in American history by E. Randall Floyd
Goodbye Lizzie Borden by Robert Sullivan
The Hatchet: Lizzie Borden's Journal Of Murder, Mystery & Victorian History, Vol. 5, No. 4, Issue 24 by Stefani Koorey
Lizbeth of Maplecroft: Lizzie Borden After the "Axe" by MAED. aedl Nick Jr. Pelino
Lizzie by Ed McBain
Lizzie by Frank Spiering
Lizzie Borden by Arnold Brown
Lizzie Borden by Elizabeth Engstrom
Lizzie Borden by Inc. Historical Briefs
Lizzie Borden (New England Remembers) (NE Remembers) by Karen Elizabeth Chaney
Lizzie Borden - Fall River, MA Historic Timeline, 1612-2010 by Faye Musselman
The Lizzie Borden Axe Murder Trial: A Headline Court Case by Joan Axelrod-Contrada
The Lizzie Borden Sourcebook by David Kent
Lizzie Borden Took An Axe by Herbert Scanlon
Lizzie Borden Took an Axe: The Famous Trials Series by Edgar Lustgarten
The Lizzie Borden Trial (Be the Judge/Be the Jury) by Doreen Rappaport
Lizzie Borden: A Case Book of Family and Crime in the 1890's by Joyce G. Williams
Lizzie Borden: A Dance of Death by Agnes de Mille
Lizzie Borden: Past & Present by Leonard Rebello
Lizzie Borden: The hands of time by Muriel Arnold
Lizzie Borden: The Untold Story by Edward D. Radin
Lizzie Borden: Unlocked! by Ed Sams
Lizzie Borden;: A study in conjecture, by Marie Belloc Lowndes
Lizzie Didn't Do It! by William Masterton
Maplecroft: The Borden Dispatches by Cherie Priest
Miss Lizzie by Walter Satterthwait
The Murderer's Maid: A Lizzie Borden Novel by Erika Mailman
New York Nocturne by Walter Satterthwait
The Other Nineteenth Century by Avram Davidson
Popular Crime: Reflections on the Celebration of Violence by Bill James
A Private Disgrace: Lizzie Borden by Daylight by Victoria Lincoln
Proceedings Lizzie Borden Conference by Jules Ryckebusch
Queer Hauntings: True Tales of Gay & Lesbian Ghosts by Ken Summers
The Secrets of Lizzie Borden by Brandy Purdy
See What I Have Done by Sarah Schmidt
Studies in Murder by Edmund Lester Pearson
Trial of Lizzie Borden by Edmund Pearson
The Trial of Lizzie Borden (in Law as Lit) by Edgar Lustgarten
WOMEN WHO KILL - The Bitches from Hell (FEMALE SERIAL KILLERS) by RJ Parker
Yesterday in Old Fall River: A Lizzie Borden Companion by Paul Dennis Hoffman

Character description

Lizzie Andrew Borden (July 19, 1860 – June 1, 1927) later Lizbeth A. Borden, was an American woman who gained infamy in being tried and acquitted for the 1892 axe murders of her father and stepmother in Fall River, Massachusetts.

The case was a cause célèbre throughout the United States. Following her release from the prison in which she had been held during the trial, Borden chose to remain a resident of Fall River, Massachusetts, for the rest of her life, despite facing significant ostracism. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts elected to charge no one else with the murder of Andrew and Abby Borden; speculation about the crimes still continues more than 100 years later.

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