Cold Case Murder

Cold Case Murder

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by Dorothy Francis
     
 

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Keely Moreno, a Florida foot reflexologist who solves crimes in her spare time, surely must be one of the more unusual amateur sleuths in the genre. Although she's vowed to give up crime solving, Keely just can't say no to a woman who wants her help in finding out who committed the murder that put her son behind bars. The investigation once again puts

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Keely Moreno, a Florida foot reflexologist who solves crimes in her spare time, surely must be one of the more unusual amateur sleuths in the genre. Although she's vowed to give up crime solving, Keely just can't say no to a woman who wants her help in finding out who committed the murder that put her son behind bars. The investigation once again puts Keely square in danger's crosshairs, but our heroine is a little too resourceful to get herself in any real trouble. This third in the series is written with a light touch and plenty of offbeat appeal. David Pitt
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ISBN-13:
9781432826475
Publisher:
Gale Group
Publication date:
04/18/2007
Sold by:
CENGAGE LEARNING
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

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Cold-Case Killer: A Keely Moreno Mystery 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1982 Key West, professional diver Randy Jackson is convicted of murdering his girlfriend Dyanne Darby. Years later DNA proved his innocence. The state freed him, but left him with no money or any employment prospects because no one wants to hire an ex-convict. Randy is bitter over his wrongful incarceration and vows on TV to find the culprit.------------------- Randy¿s mom Maxine pleads with her office cleaning client foot reflexologist Keely Moreno to investigate as a favor for her. Keely says no as she was involved in an inquiry once before that almost left her dead (see CONCH SHELL MURDER). Instead she asks her boyfriend private investigator Punt Ashford to help. Punt agrees only because an unknown adversary threatened his beloved Keely. Though she tries to stay out of it, Keely seems to step into the middle of a two decade old homicide whether she wants to or not.---------------------- The key to this fun investigative tale is Keely who refuses to put her foot into any inquiry as she has learned her lesson yet in spite of her efforts everyone seems to shove her right into the middle of the mess. The wrongful conviction subplot is fascinating to follow as it subtly supports the notion of using DNA when possible. The prime action comes late because Dorothy Francis provides a deep look inside the souls of her key cast members first. Fns will dive into this fine thriller wondering whether Randy will kill the culprit if uncovered or should his wad instead.------------- Harriet Klausner