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The Landlady and Lamb to the Slaughter both byRoald Dahl had twisty tales of murder In The Landlady the mainfemale character kills the only three guests she has ever had in her Bedand Breakfast In Lamb to the Slaughter the main female characterkills her husband They both have crazy stories of murder MaryMaloney kills her own husband with a cold piece of deli while thelandlady kills her three guest by poison They both are cold bloodedkillers and would do anything to get their way The Landlady andLamb to the Slaughter both have cold blooded killers who find joy inthe murders they commit and have other issues in their lives that leadthem to killing their victimsThe landladys victim was Billy Weaver he was a normal adult that washeaded for The Bell and Dragon Hotel she was unfamiliar with Billy shehad never met him He knocked on the door and the landlady cameimmediately was that not a sign that she was anticipating his arrival Mary M knew her victim and he was going to divorce her while shewas in her sixth month of pregnancy The landladys son died fightingfor the country every guest that reminds her of her son she kills Noguest can recommend or even return to the the Bed and Breakfast therehave only been three guests and the landlady has murdered them all Unlike the landlady this was Mary Maloneys first victim her murderwas unintentional while the landladys wereMary Maloney killed her husband with a leg of lamb She was so mad athim she swiped him in the head and she knocked the living daylightsright out of him On the other hand the landlady gets to know hervictims then she poisons their tea and stuffs the body them so she canmake them resemble her son when ever she feels necessary Both
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