Criminal History, by Randee Green

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ISBN: 9781941890745
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Criminal History, by Randee Green

Detective Carrie Shatner has just about run out of tolerance for her criminally inclined family members. The Shatners have long since passed toeing the line. They have obliterated that line, and they are getting increasingly reckless with their criminal endeavors. Carrie is trying to figure out what to do about her family when Sergeant Jerrod Hardy of the Texas Rangers pops back up in her life with a warning…Texas’s Department of Public Safety has just started investigating the Shatner family, and their time as the leading crime family in East Texas is about to come to an end. It’s time for Carrie to make a choice—save herself or go down in a blaze of glory with the rest of the Shatners.

To make matters even more complicated, Carrie gets caught up in investigating another murder when human remains are uncovered during the demolition of a nearby lake house. The case quickly becomes personal when the victim is identified as one of Carrie’s childhood friends. Fifteen years ago, Paige Kemp ran away while she was on vacation in California and no one has seen her since. But someone went to a lot of effort to make people believe that Paige was still alive. Carrie teams up with Jerrod Hardy for a painful and enlightening trip down memory lane. The deeper Carrie delves into Paige’s investigation, the more secrets she exposes and lies she unravels. The question is who was desperate enough to kill a teenage girl and dispose of her body in order to protect their destructive secrets and lies.

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