A great true crime story . . . . Readers will feel the effects of Phelps' skill from beginning to end. --Stephen Singular
Big and brash, Jeff Zack didn't hide his rough lifestyle. And when he died, it was in plain sight: executed in the parking lot of a BJ's Wholesale Club in Akron, Ohio, by a motorcycle-riding assassin dressed in black.
"Phelps uses a unique combination of investigative skills and narrative insight to give readers an exclusive, insider's look." --Anne Bremner
Jeff Zack's murder stunned investigators--but then, so did his life. A long list of people might have had reasons to want Zack dead, including the loyal wife he had humiliated and the wealthy nightclub owner whose wife--a blond, hard-bodied beauty queen--he openly dated. But the truth would get even stranger. . .
"Phelps is a first-rate investigator." --Dr. Michael M. Baden
In this shocking true story of adultery, mind games, lies, wealth and sexual liaisons in upscale Middle America, true-crime master M. William Phelps tells the astounding story of a man who loved the wrong woman--and was brutally murdered by a killer with the deadliest possible motive of all. . .
Includes 16 Pages Of Shocking Photos
Investigative journalist M. William Phelps is the author of "Perfect Poison, Every Move You Make, Lethal Guardian, Sleep in Heavenly Peace, " and "Murder in the Heartland." He has appeared on dozens of national radio and television programs, including "Good Morning America, Court TV, The Discovery Channel, Geraldo at Large" and "Montel Williams, " and has consulted for the Showtime cable television series Dexter. He lives in a small Connecticut farming community with his wife and children.
If Looks Could Kill
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