Deadly Mistress: A True Story of Marriage, Betrayal and Murder

Deadly Mistress A True Story of Marriage Betrayal and Murder LOVE GONE BAD MURDER GONE WRONG West Coast doctor Kenneth Stahl would do anything to free himself from his wife Carolyn Then Adriana Vasco Kenneth s former receptionist and mistress of nine years obli

  • Title: Deadly Mistress: A True Story of Marriage, Betrayal and Murder
  • Author: Michael Fleeman
  • ISBN: 9780312937409
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Paperback
  • LOVE GONE BAD MURDER GONE WRONG.West Coast doctor Kenneth Stahl would do anything to free himself from his wife Carolyn Then Adriana Vasco Kenneth s former receptionist and mistress of nine years obliged by introducing him to ex con Dennis Earl Godley The deal was set Godley would murder Carolyn for thirty thousand dollars On the day after her 44th birthday, the truLOVE GONE BAD MURDER GONE WRONG.West Coast doctor Kenneth Stahl would do anything to free himself from his wife Carolyn Then Adriana Vasco Kenneth s former receptionist and mistress of nine years obliged by introducing him to ex con Dennis Earl Godley The deal was set Godley would murder Carolyn for thirty thousand dollars On the day after her 44th birthday, the trusting victim was lured to a lonely stretch of road The deadly rendezvous took a shocking turn Not only was Carolyn gunned down with a.357 Magnum, but Kenneth would also be killed.The hit man s getaway driver was the other woman, Adriana Vasco In a sensational trial, a tangled web of lies, sex, and betrayal unfolded as Adriana and Dennis turned against each other

    One thought on “Deadly Mistress: A True Story of Marriage, Betrayal and Murder”

    1. This book deals with a man that hates his wife and involves a mistress that helps find a hitman to deal with the problem. Kicker is that her ex-lover gets killed too in the hit.

    2. An unusual tale of murder-for-hire. I gave it three stars because it starts off at about the four-star level and ends up at about two.

    3. This was an ok true crime novel, although I'm probably not the best judge of that as I don't read a lot of true crime books in general. I was very disappointed by the 9 pages of "stunning" photos that were included, finding them quite dull. I did find it interesting to see how the trial played out though.

    4. I'd have to call this a must read for any real true crime fan. I read this a lot of years ago and I still remember details about this man and his mistress.

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