Every Breath You Take


Author: Ann Rule

Multi-millionaire genius Allen Blackthorne was a violent sociopath who hid behind his classic good looks, charm and money, and left a trail of con jobs and wives in his wake. When blonde, beautiful Sheila Bellush first met Blackthorne, it seemed as if she had found her soulmate. But instead, their marriage took her into a world of lies, scams and sexual deviancy. When she….Read More

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