After the Storm (Kate Burkholder, Book 7) by Linda Castillo

By Linda Castillo

While a twister tears via Painters Mill and finds human is still, leader of Police Kate Burkholder unearths herself tasked with the accountability of picking out the bones--and notifying the kinfolk. proof quick emerges that the loss of life was once no twist of fate and Kate unearths herself plunged right into a thirty 12 months previous case that takes her deep into the Amish group to which she as soon as belonged.

Meanwhile, turmoil of an emotional and private nature moves on the very center of Kate's budding courting with kingdom agent John Tomasetti. A truth that lines their fragile new like to the brink and threatens the safe haven they've equipped for themselves--and their future.

Under siege from an unknown assailant--and her personal own demons--Kate digs deep into the case purely to find evidence of an incredible atrocity, a plethora of relatives secrets and techniques and the lengths to which individuals will visit shield their very own.

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Oh. ” McGregor grimaced, then joined her on the sofa, taking her hands in his own. ” “After fourteen months? ” He chuckled. “Okay. Move in with me, please. ” She licked her lips, disappointed. ” “For now. ” She pulled her hands free. ” She eyed him grimly. “All year long I thought you were waiting until the new office was set up. Then I thought you were waiting to see if Ray would come back to SPIN, which obviously isn’t going to happen. Now what? Are you some kind of freakish confirmed bachelor in disguise?

The brunette slunk backward until she was flush against the counsel table. ” “This is your lucky day. Thanks to Ms. ” Suzannah shook her head frantically. “I never consented to that. My custody? I don’t even know what that means. I mean, I know what it means generally, but in this context—” “It means you’re vouching for him,” the judge explained. “And I don’t need your consent. This is still my courtroom, is it not? Which means I’m in charge. And from now on you’re going to listen, not talk, while I walk you through this, step by baby step.

Right. ” She winced when he said, “’Bye” and hung up without giving her a chance to say anything further. She was actually tempted to call him back and make him promise to contact her at least daily. Then a video popped up on her monitor, distracting her completely. It was a recent film of Suzannah Ryder handling—or rather, attempting to politely terminate—a news conference on her recent appellate court success. Even with the graininess of the footage, the attorney’s smile was amazing, just as Justin had described—confident yet vulnerable.

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