Final Decree

Divorce Can Be Deadly Houston P.I Corie McKenna spearheads investigations by day and relaxes by writing country music lyrics at night But when a routine divorce case turns into murder and Corie finds herself tangled in a web of greed and deception, even the most soothing ballad won t calm Struggling to prove her obnoxious client is innocent, Corie follows a trailDivorce Can Be Deadly Houston P.I Corie McKenna spearheads investigations by day and relaxes by writing country music lyrics at night But when a routine divorce case turns into murder and Corie finds herself tangled in a web of greed and deception, even the most soothing ballad won t calm Struggling to prove her obnoxious client is innocent, Corie follows a trail from a seedy warehouse to the medical center s disinfected hallways, and finally to a men s club, where she makes a disturbing personal discovery Attorney Wade Alexander urges her to bow out, but an unsettling truth hits far too close to home and cannot be ignored a revelation that may well cost Corie her life.
Final Decree Divorce Can Be Deadly Houston P I Corie McKenna spearheads investigations by day and relaxes by writing country music lyrics at night But when a routine divorce case turns into murder and Corie finds

  • Title: Final Decree
  • Author: Kay Finch
  • ISBN: 9781929976201
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Final Decree”

    1. Kay Finch's book "Final Decree" was an excellent novel about a Private Investigator in Texas who is placed on a murder case and ends up solving several mysteries, including one close to her heart.It was well written, good strong dialog, and you felt like you were with her during the entire book. I look forward to the next one.

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