All the Dead Lie Down
Random House, Inc.
When crime reporter Molly Cates’s father died more than twenty-five years ago, the case was ruled a suicide, and Molly’s efforts to prove otherwise led to nothing but anguish and the breakup of her family. But now new information has come her way and she reopens the investigation–and a rush of old wounds–with a vengeance. Soon the personal becomes dangerously political as Molly’s search for the truth leads her from the stately halls of Texas government to the mean streets of Austin’s down-and-out–and ultimately to a moral dilemma she never could have anticipated.
Baker & Taylor
Twenty-five years after her father's death had been ruled a suicide, true crime reporter Molly Cates stumbles upon some startling new information and reopens the investigation into the case, a quest for vengeance that leads her from the mean streets of Austin to the heights of Texas government and a dangerous confrontation with the truth. Original.
While reopening the distressing investigation into her father's suicide, crime reporter Molly Cates stumbles on a plot to kill the entire Texas state legislature.
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