Title: The Widow's Husband





Published by: William Coleman
Release Date: February 2019
Pages: 403

Allan Tuttle has been framed for murder.  What’s more, as far as the police are concerned, he is also the victim.  Now, he must prove he isn’t dead and hasn't killed anyone.  The first step is convincing his wife to stop denying who he is.

Identifying the body in the morgue as her husband was easier than Sarah Tuttle thought it would be.  Moving on with her life is much harder, made even more difficult by the fact that her husband just won’t leave her alone.

Homicide detective, David Parker is the lead investigator on the case.  He is conflicted by his need to be the good cop, his desire to get to know the new widow and his urge to hurt the creep who keeps claiming to be her dead husband.

As their focuses change from what was to what is, what will be is as blurred as the truths leading them there.  In the end when their truths collide, will they be able to live with the result?


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