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Sour Grapes

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Natasha Cooper

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Format: EPUB

Page count: 272 pages

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Now a full-time mother and bestselling writer, Willow King is content to leave crime-solving to her police chief husband. Yet she can’t resist a case involving Andrew Lutterworth, accused of a fatal hit-and-run that landed him in prison for manslaughter. His wife suspects he was forced to confess and was incarcerated on purely circumstantial evidence. But what could motivate a man to admit to a crime he did not commit a willingly go to jail because of it? The truth behind the puzzle is as dark and perplexing as the human psyche—and as tragic as the half-truths of self-deception that lead to murder. ‘Elegant . . .deeply satisfying.’ Library Journal ‘With her deft characterizations and intriguing puzzle, Cooper provides a . . . fine British cozy.’ Publishers Weekly

Now a full-time mother and bestselling writer, Willow King is content to leave crime-solving to her police chief husband. Yet she can’t resist a case involving Andrew Lutterworth, accused of a fatal hit-and-run that landed him in prison for manslaughter. His wife suspects he was forced to confess and was incarcerated on purely circumstantial evidence. But what could motivate a man to admit to a crime he did not commit a willingly go to jail because of it? The truth… (more)

Now a full-time mother and bestselling writer, Willow King is content to leave crime-solving to her police chief husband. Yet she can’t resist a case involving Andrew Lutterworth, accused of a fatal hit-and-run that landed him in prison for manslaughter. His wife suspects he was forced to confess and was incarcerated on purely circumstantial evidence. But what could motivate a man to admit to a crime he did not commit a willingly go to jail because of it? The truth behind the puzzle is as dark and perplexing as the human psyche—and as tragic as the half-truths of self-deception that lead to murder. ‘Elegant . . .deeply satisfying.’ Library Journal ‘With her deft characterizations and intriguing puzzle, Cooper provides a . . . fine British cozy.’ Publishers Weekly

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