She’d never seen anyone murdered before. It was worse than television. Way worse.
He, Quin and Kevin were witnesses to the delay in patient care that killed their patient. Even more serious was Wolfe’s attempt to murder him.
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Jason wondered if talking about her husband’s murder had brought on this faint. She’d been there, witnessed it.
“I want to know why you’re stalling the investigation into Sarah McHenry’s murder.
She called it murderous wastefulness. Hated that a flower’s lifespan was so drastically shortened by cutting it and sticking it in a vase.
Jake’s jaw dropped when he walked into JC’s Pawn Shop. The guy called Joe—turned out to be Joe Wagner, Shanna’s father. He’d aged since Shanna’s murder.
She wasn’t sure of his motives and how much she could trust him. After all, her brother was still on a short list of murder suspects in the Sterling case.
What would they think? I mean, who has two family members murdered?” Her attempt at gallows humor fell flat.
Although a sniper had taken the final shot, Rafe’s strike had been fatal. Escalus, like all men, deserved to have his murderer named.
Smiling to myself, I watched Jake’s crazy exterminator antics. Usually, most girls avoided killing the critters, not manly he-men.