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Proof of Innocence based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
i found it hard to take to the characters. hard to feel any empathy or sympathy. but i still think i enjoyed it. nothing like the caught dead in wyoming series, but if there are more, i will try them.
Proof of Innocence by Patricia McLinn Prosecutor Maggie Frye is determined to do her job and protect as many women as she can from being hurt... She follows the evidence...not her gut feelings. Almost five years after losing a case—letting a murderer roam free—she gets a second chance. Another murder. Same town. Same place. Same man lives there again. Talk about tunnel vision...she has it. This time around, Maggie is starting from the ground up. The new sheriff wants her help in finding out if the murders could be the same person. In her mind...they are and she already has her verdict on who it is. But...could she be wrong? Wow! What a page-turner. I had so many people I suspected of the crimes. This was a great suspense with a touch of romance. The author added several different point-of-views from the characters, which added to the mystery of who-done-it, I thought. **Sensual content and language