Killing Cousins

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Willie is an alluring woman. She’s the kind of wife that other men lust for. But when she decides her husband, Larry, had ought to be murdered, the stunning beauty turns deadly. The killer? The man who agrees to help her carry out the devious plot? Larry’s cousin Quincy.

Quincy plans how to get rid of the body - how to make it look like Larry had run off and left his wife behind. It’s a grand plan.

But will it hold together?
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Simon and Schuster
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Published on
Dec 15, 2011
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Pages
100
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ISBN
9781440536892
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English
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Fiction / Mystery & Detective / General
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