By I. R. Plummer
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Published: May 08, 2012
Words: 76,072 (approximate)
If you heard someone plot a murder would you call the police or pretend it never happened? And if you did call the police would they believe you or add you to the top of their suspect list?
In a heartbeat Chuck Taylor’s life changed forever. He retires from the military and moves home to El Paso, Texas to raise his daughter. With his daughter at college life takes on a simple day to day routine that suits him fine…until
Jim Padilla has been a detective with the El Paso PD for fifteen years. When a dead body is dumped in an empty apartment complex he understands Chuck’s reluctance to suspect one of his employees…until
Someone once said, the more you know, the more you don’t know, this statement has never rung truer than it does for Detective Padilla and Chuck Taylor. Too much information of the wrong type means someone is going to die, not enough information of the right type means it could be you.
, el paso
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