The Teacup Poisoner

★★★ A page-turning true crime story ★★★ Graham Young had an unusual obsession from a young age.

The Teacup Poisoner

The Teacup Poisoner

Graham Young had an unusual obsession from a young age. Where most youths might be interested in music and sports, Young was fascinated by poisons. By the age of 14, he was using his family (who, of course, didn't know) as experiments. In 1962, still a teen, his stepmother died from one of his poisoning experiments. Young eventually confessed to the murder of his stepmother and the attempted murder of several other members of his family; he was sent to a mental hospital for nine years, where he was ultimately released fully recovered. Unknown to the hospital, however, Young was actually using his time in the mental hospital to study medical texts and improve his poisoning skills. His true work as a poisoner had only just begun! This gripping narrative gives you a page-turning look at one of England's most notorious serial killers: Graham Young.

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