Dan Cody loved his wife Janie. He loved her so much that he killed her. She was HIV-positive, and she begged him to do it. Or so he says. Now Dan's on the run with a new romantic obsession--Carol, the prison nurse. Their daring breakout had made the evening news, and Dan wants to set the record straight--he did it for love. This is Dan's story. And if Dan holds back some crucial part of the story, or even lies, you can be sure he has his reasons.
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