Lombroso, C.; Ferrero, G. La Donna Delinquente, La Prostituta e La Donna Normale. Torino: Bocca, 1923. Fourth Edition. 
Red cloth hardcover, 6 3/4 x 9 1/4, 508 pp., tight, with all 7 plates called for in this edition. Italian text. Very good. Hardcover.
Cesare Lombroso (1835-1909), Italian criminologist and physician, taught that criminals could be identified by physical features.
"Cesare Lombroso is widely considered the founder of the field of criminology. His theory of the 'born' criminal dominated discussions of criminology in Europe and the Americas from the 1880s into the early twentieth century. His book, La donna delinquente, originally published in Italian in 1893, was the first and most influential book ever written on women and crime...Lombroso’s research took him to police stations, prisons, and madhouses where he studied the tattoos, cranial capacities, and sexual behavior of criminals and prostitutes to establish a female criminal type. Criminal Woman, the Prostitute, and the Normal Woman anticipated today’s theories of genetic criminal behavior. Lombroso used Darwinian evolutionary science to argue that criminal women are far more cunning and dangerous than criminal men." - Duke University Press.