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Real estate agent Toni Matthew's problems begin when her fiancé, Scott, is murdered. Having to bury the man she loves on the very day they planned to be married is almost more than Toni can take. Dealing with her loss becomes even harder when Scott's estranged brother, Brian, contests the will, threatening to take away her home. After learning Brian is in deep financial trouble, Toni suspects he may be the one who killed Scott. Determined to find the truth and frustrated with the police, she begins her own investigation. Toni soon realizes she didn't know her fiancé quite as well as she had thought. Scott had been keeping secrets. Secrets that make Toni the killer's next target.

©2010, 2011 D. B. Henson (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • Diane
  • Port Townsend, WA. United States
  • 06-10-12

One of the worst!

I have been an audible member for many years and this is the worst book I have ever listened to. It was recommended at the end of the latest Walt Longmire book and I thought I would give it a try. How bad is a book when you can predict what the next line is before it is read? Chock full of cliches. The narrator was awful. The book was set in Nashville and the main character was from Alabama. Ms. Forbes couldn't make up her mind and went back and forth between no accent and a bad southern one. I am sorry I wasted my credit.

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