Final Decree

Final Decree

by Kay Finch

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Final Decree by Kay Finch

Houston PI Corie McKenna spearheads investigations by day and relaxes by writing country music lyrics at night. But when a routine divorce case turns into murder and Corie finds herself soothing ballad won't slow her down. Struggling to prove her obnoxious client is innocent, Corie follows a trail from a seedy warehouse to the medical center's disinfected hallways, and finally to a men's club, where she makes a disturbing personal discovery. Attorney Wade Alexander urges her to bow out, but an unsettling truth hits far too close to home and cannot be ignored a revelation that may well cost Corie her life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781935722144
Publisher: Top Publications, Ltd.
Publication date: 03/01/2009
Series: Corie McKenna Mystery
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 584,802
File size: 335 KB

About the Author

Kay Finch is a Pennsylvania native but, as her husband likes to say, she got to Texas as fast as she could. She has worked as a legal assistant in Houston for the past seventeen years, beginning in the criminal law arena at Richard "Racehorse" Haynes' firm before turning to a specialization in family law. Kay meets with clients at one of the worst, most emotional, times of their lives. Though the typical clients are law-abiding citizens, to the best of her knowledge, it's not hard to imagine them each with a motive for murder. And so the Corie McKenna mystery series was born, beginning with Final Decree, a novel sparked by one particularly memorable client many years ago

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Final Decree 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Kricket629 More than 1 year ago
I love mysteries and I purchased this one for my Nook. So far it has been a good read but all of the "T" through the text is very distracting. I'll finish the book because I do like it but hope the next in the series had a better proof reader or type setter. I would have rated it a five but couldn't with the "Ts"
Anonymous More than 1 year ago