Tainted Roses by Margie Danielsen

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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.
 

About Margie Danielsen

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Danielsen is currently a homemaker.
 
Published March 15, 2000 by New Horizon Press. 316 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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The going improves somewhat during Danielsen’s dramatic re-creation of Mack’s crimes, trial, and conviction—he appears as a sordid killer lost in a tacky haze of lies, scams, and forcible sex leading to murder via overdose—but, given her highly emotional involvement, the theoretically neutral thi...

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In June 1987, Danielsen, a divorced mother of three, began dating a man who called himself Sean Paul Lanier.

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