Restored to Death ~~ Nancy Bell

Restored to Death by Nancy Bell

Between raising his precocious teenage daughter and dodging the matchmaking of the local busybodies, Jackson Crain devotes himself to the curious peccadilloes of being a judge in tiny Post Oak, Texas. Aside from the occasional brawl or beating, hard crime here is rare. That changes when Dora Hughes, Jackson's shrewish sister-in-law, is bludgeoned and strangled to death while sunbathing on her patio.

Dora's henpecked husband, Ron, is accused of the crime. The man had been carrying on with a perky local waitress, and had demanded a divorce just before Dora died. But the case evolves into something decidedly sinister when a second body, a teenage girl, is found in a cornfield. And when Jackson connects both victims to a beautiful, exotic newcomer to Post Oak--a woman to whom he is dangerously attracted--the hunt for a clever killer exposes shattering secrets guaranteed to leave even the local gossips speechless.
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  • Published:
    Mar-2003 (Hardcover)
    May-2004 (Paperback)
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