Armed and Female: 12 Million American Women Own Guns, Should You?

Paxton Quigley, Author St. Martin's Press $4.5 (0p) ISBN 978-0-312-92332-7
Relating her own and others' experiences as victims of crime, the former anti-gun lobbyist argues that Mace and karate are ineffective protection and discusses the ethics of using weapons, how children can be kept safe from guns owned in the home, which gun to buy and the gun laws of each state. PW called this a ``disturbing, controversial book.'' (Sept.)
Reviewed on: 10/31/1990
Release date: 11/01/1990
Mass Market Paperbound - 283 pages - 978-0-312-95150-4
Paperback - 223 pages - 978-0-936783-61-1
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