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The Deadliest Denial

by Colleen Thompson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0505526700, Mass Market Paperback)

The worst day of Claire's life begins with a 5:00 AM knock on her door, the summons every cop's wife dreads. But instead of telling her Spence is gone, killed in the line of duty, his sergeant has even worse news for Claire. Her husband is in jail. For murder. And there is irrefutable evidence that the person he really wants dead is her.

But betrayal turns to terror when Spence skips out on his bail and someone begins vandalizing her horse ranch. In the fury of a Texas thunderstorm, her husband reappears with a story that sounds all too credible and a seductive magnetism Claire has never been able to resist. Is her refusal to turn him in, her need to believe in his innocence , nothing but The Deadliest Denial?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:17 -0400)

Claire Winslow, a San Antonio policeman's wife, is devastated to learn that her husband, Officer Spencer Winslow, has been arrested for plotting to murder her.

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