By J. D. Robb
Occasionally brotherhood could be one other observe for conspiracy. . . .
Dennis Mira simply had disagreeable surprises. First he realized that his cousin Edward used to be secretly assembly with a true property agent approximately their overdue grandfather’s incredible West Village brownstone, regardless of the promise they either made to maintain it within the relations. Then, whilst he went to the home to confront Edward approximately it, he acquired a blunt item to the again of the head.
Luckily Dennis is married to Charlotte Mira, the NYPSD’s best profiler and a great buddy of Lieutenant Eve Dallas. whilst the 2 arrive at the scene, he explains that the very last thing he observed used to be Edward in a chair, bruised and bloody. whilst he got here to, his cousin used to be long gone. With the mess wiped clean up and the safety disks got rid of, there’s not anything left in the back of yet a number of lines for forensics to research.
As a former attorney, pass judgement on, and senator, Edward Mira mingled with the elite and crossed paths with criminals, making enemies usually. Like such a lot of politicians, he additionally made a few very shut acquaintances at the back of closed—and locked—doors. yet a badge and a billionaire husband can get you into locations others can’t pass, and Eve intends to polish a few gentle at the soiled offers and darkish factors in the back of the disappearance of a strong guy, the kin discord over a multimillion-dollar piece of genuine property . . . and a brand new case that nobody observed coming.
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