Sheila Moak
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Pages: 286

Riley, Texas, a deceptively quiet little community, is rattled to its foundation. Twenty year old BJ Dillon, the daughter of a prominent family, dies in a car accident. Her body is stolen from her fresh grave. A few hours later, Tory Bishop, the daughter of the town whore, is bludgeoned to death and left like trash in a dumpster in a back alley. Keeping a death bed promise to his wife, Jake Gray retires from the United States Marine Corps and returns to his small town roots. As the new detective for the Sheriff‘s Department, his rigid, by the book approach to the cases conflicts with small town politics and the easy going familiarity where victims, witnesses and suspects intertwine. Motives aren’t black and white. People exist within shades of guilt.
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