By Heather Graham
While the mutilated physique of a lady is located at the facet of the line, officer-in-training Ashley Montague and Detective Jake Dilessio needs to interact to discover the truth--an research that leads them right into a global of corrupt police officers, greed, and homicide. Reprint.
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Karen inquired. "They're not all incredibly buff and good-looking," Jan warned. "We could take a chance," Karen said.
Len had indeed decided to drive up with his firefighting friends. They would be at a late-night swing club. " Karen inquired. "They're not all incredibly buff and good-looking," Jan warned. "We could take a chance," Karen said.
Too smart. " She glanced into the rearview mirror, trying to discern if she knew the person sitting in the back, if, indeed, it was her betrayer. She'd been so stupid! She should have seen…and yet no one else had realized the truth, either, because there had been no reason to expect anything so heinous from someone so apparently decent. Chills crept along her spine. If only she knew… She spoke, impatiently and with authority. "You could both get out of this now, without threat of the death penalty.