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If I Can't Have You, No One Can
by Don Lasseter
This is the shocking true story of Richard Namey, a drug abuser and woman-beater, who shot his ex-girlfriend and her true love at point blank range - and tried to get away with murder.
Mass Market Paperback, 414 pages
Published November 1st 2006 by Pinnacle
(first published January 1st 2006)
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I'd say this is written a little better than the average t.c. I was a little surprised in the beginning to read how much of the book revolved around the prosecutor. I don't remember a t.c. ever going so in depth with anyone besides the criminal(s) and/or victim(s). Dennis Conway (the prosecutor) actually has had a pretty interesting life, especially if you think about the impression most people get of the average prosecutor. Most people think of a stuffy, walk-the-straight-line, goody-goody type ...more
Don Lasseter has written five true crime books for Pinnacle plus 16 magazine articles that were reprinted in Pinnacle's anthology books about murders. In addition to being a crime writer, Mr. Lasseter is a WWII historian who frequently lectures on the subject in schools, at service clubs, and for veteran's groups. He accompanies his talks with slide packages titled "WWII, Then and Now", consisting ...moreMore about Don Lasseter...