(Those who enjoyed The Godfather and Fifty Shades of Grey will love this story.)
If Carla knew her interior decorating career would involve pornography, mafia, and murder, she could have taken other classes, such as Life Preservation: 101.
In 1973, Carla found work with Roy, a wealthy movie theater owner. She refurbished his theaters and then their unique partnership led to marriage. Her work was soon admired by the boss of the West Coast’s most powerful mafia.
Carla was hired by his wife to redecorate their Hollywood mansion. She befriended her and two other lonely women married to prominent mafia members. When Roy joined them he became involved in more pornography, and then parental child abuse and murder. He dragged Carla into the depths of that underworld with him.
Carla loved Roy profoundly, but had to escape his deception, adultery, and control. She happened to find love with another man– a cop who set his sights on her husband. Roy never knew about this, but he later turned against her causing Carla’s breakdown. Doctors feared the loss of her sanity. A wealthy admirer loved her from afar, but his hands were tied. Could he stop Roy’s rampages? Or perhaps a judge would curtail him.
Or did Roy just dig her grave?
“A spellbinding dance of drama and pornography set to the music of murder and intrigue, with haunting lyrics by a woman.” Lady Jane Davis, author of Real Pink Collar Workers.
“At last! A woman’s wayward walk down the perilous path of mafia and murder while holding hands with demons and the devil. Is this story really real… or just fantastic fiction?” Jay Ceeley, poet and lyricist.
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