Husband and Wives by Susan Rogers Cooper
(Sheriff Milt Kovak Mysteries (Hardcover))

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Husbands and wives, secrets and lies . . . The brilliant new Milt Kovak mystery - When Mary Hudson is discovered on her kitchen floor, bludgeoned to death with a meat tenderizer, Sheriff Milt Kovak of Prophesy County, Oklahoma, and his psychiatrist wife Dr Jean McDonnell are drawn into a murder investigation that is as intriguing as it is chilling. It soon emerges that Mary's husband, Jerry, is a polygamist, and the family belong to a church called the New Saints Tabernacle. As Milt and Jean delve deeper into the church and its customs, they soon become embroiled in a murky and mysterious world.
 

About Susan Rogers Cooper

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Susan Rogers Cooper was an administrator for a medical malpractice company for many years. She also volunteered at a battered women's shelter in Austin where she set up a training program for new volunteers. She lives in Lockhart, Texas.
 
Published October 1, 2012 by Severn House Digital. 208 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Together with his own wife Jean, a psychiatrist and police consultant who’s called in to interview the wives and children, Milt discovers that all is not peaceful in the polygamous community.

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