TAINTED ROSES ~ A True Story of Murder, Mystery, and a Dangerous Love
Book review and technical detail TAINTED ROSES ~ A True Story of Murder, Mystery, and a Dangerous Love Margie Danielsen
|Technical detail of TAINTED ROSES ~ A True Story of Murder, Mystery, and a Dangerous Love|
|Title||TAINTED ROSES ~ A True Story of Murder, Mystery, and a Dangerous Love|
|Publisher||New Horizon Press|
|Publishing Date||1st January, 1970|
A true, and awful disturbing, account of a wife’s affliction nightmare—the ideal" bedmate appear as fugitivemurderer—that abominably provides a arbiter archetype of how overheated, emotionally wrought autograph will serve to obscuredramatic coherence. In 1988 Danielsen affiliated Sean Paul Lanier afterwards a accelerated courtship. Handsome and romantic, Lanier was about adeeply odd character: He told alien tales about his background, bedevilled assorted "official" abstracts that bootless to standup beneath scrutiny, and his moods swung from absorbing to artful and threatening—even appear Danielsen’s three children.Eventually she assassin a clandestine detective to investigate these adverse discrepancies, and she was not absolutely afraid but horrifiedall the aforementioned to apprentice that her bedmate was a capital man. His absolute name was Paul Mack, and he was a accomplished con-man andLothario who had fled Sacramento the antecedent year to escape arrest as the prime doubtable in a case involving the annihilation of anaspiring model. Danielsen’s third-person anecdotal of these contest saddles abundant of her book with a consistently agitated tone:Margie feared there was no escape. `I won’t stop until I acquisition out the truth! . . . I charge to know!" "Without authoritative ablaze of auniquely alarming experience, one feels Danielsen’s account would accept been bigger served by abstemiousness for clarity’s sake. Danielsen’sorganizational appearance additionally leaves abundant to be desired: She abundantly summarizes important anecdotal developments, while providingdramatic re-enactments of alliterative moments of inconsequential chat involving Mack’s blandishments, her abhorrence for herdaughters, and her calm routine. Abundant of the adventure reads like a agitation dream of undergraduate genre-writing exercises. Thegoing improves somewhat during Danielsen’s affecting account of Mack’s crimes, trial, and conviction—he appears as a sordidkiller absent in a broken-down brume of lies, scams, and active sex arch to annihilation via overdose—but, accustomed her awful emotionalinvolvement, the apparently aloof third-person makes for a ambiguous re-creation. Readers who are composed by these flaws will absolutely adore Danielsen’s backbone and resourcefulness. (TV rights to CBS-TV)
Margie Lanier, a divorced mother of three, believes she has found the love of her life, a romantic gentleman who sweeps her off of her feet as he brings her roses and gifts.
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