Sisters in Crime: The Rise of the New Female Criminal

By: Adler, Freda; Adler, Herbert M.

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Red cloth with black lettering, corners worn, a little edge wear and rubbing, owner's name on front end paper. Jacket in new Brodart protector, with four chips about 1" deep, some shallow tears and edge wear. Text is clean and unmarked. ; 287 pp, references, index. ; 7 ¾" X 9 ¾" Tall; 287 pages;

"A landmark in the study of female crime. Freda Adler's total reassessment of the scope, depth, and implications of female crime shows that the exception has become the rule as thousands of women are stepping across the imaginary boundary line which once separated crimes into 'masculine' and 'feminine' categories. She reveals the dramatic entrance of women into the major leagues of crime with top billing on the FBI's list of wanted criminals. Based on original research conducted over several years, she explains how the rising tide of female assertiveness has led women to break out of the traditional limits of prostitution and shoplifting into grand larceny, embezzlement, bank robbery, and sky-rocketing crimes of violence that are increasing at rates six and seven times as great as those for men."

Title: Sisters in Crime: The Rise of the New Female Criminal

Author Name: Adler, Freda; Adler, Herbert M.

Illustrator: Illustrated by Peckolick, Alan & Krementz, Jill [cover]

Categories: True Crime, General History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company: 1975

ISBN Number: 0070004153

ISBN Number 13: 9780070004153

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Good dust jacket

Seller ID: 004291

Keywords: Non-fiction Sociology Women Criminals True Crime Gender Roles Most Wanted Criminals HISTORY