If Looks Could Kill is the shocking real-life story of money, marriage, mayhem, and murder in a peaceful Midwestern town. In a busy gas station near one of Akron, Ohio's most popular shopping malls, 44-year-old Jeff Zack was shot in the head and killed in broad daylight. On June 16, 2001, a helmeted motorcyclist dressed in black pulled up to his SUV and killed Jeff in front of stunned spectators. The list of suspects was long, as Jeff led a round and careless lifestyle. One of the suspects was a wealthy, attractive socialite and mother of seven. The murder is the result of the victim's 10-year affair with the former Mrs. Ohio, Cynthia Rohr-George; but her conviction was overturned in March 2007. John Zaffino, another of Cynthia's lovers, was sentenced to 23 years in prison.