Deadly White Female Author:Clifford L. Linedecker Successful, thirtysomething, and still recovering from a painful divorce, Roger Paulson was eager to rebuild his life with love. So when the sexy blonde who called herself Johnnie Elaine Miller answered his personals ad in an upscale Washington, D.C. magazine, he couldn't believe his luck. Smart and vivacious, "Johnnie" was Roger's dreamgirl. — B... more »ut love was the last thing "Johnnie Miller" had in mind. On the run from prostitution charge, a brilliant con artist with dozens of false identities, she too had found her perfect match, the ultimate sucker she could manipulate with kind words and sex--then take for everything he was worth. But when Roger discovered his Ms. Right was really a hardened criminal, the heartbroken bachelor turned her in to the authorities.
Beaten at her own game, the cool reserve of the con artist exploded in uncontrollable rage. Free on bail, a crazed "Johnnie" hunted Roger down--this time to exact a horrible revenge. An irresistible seductress, she lured him into her deadly trap, then slaughtered him in cold blood.« less
Loved this book. Linedecker lays out the facts and you can agree or disagree with the verdict. I believe if she (Lisa Rohn) had a more devious lawyer she mighta beat the wrap. Would that have served justice? Was it self defense or was it premediated murder in the first with lying in wait plus felony handgun. The prosecution made a clean sweep and it exposed blunders by the defense. Was the jury so influenced by her past bad deeds that they convicted her without a fair trial on the skimpy evidence? WAs the crime lab lazy in processing evidence? I believe if this were re-played with a different attorney we would see very different results. And, the $64,000 question---she was living like a paulper. What happened to that $500,000?? Is she now out of prison with a college degree at our expense and living it up on that money? If anyone would know how to change her idenity it is her. Has she disappeared?