Hurricanes rarely make it inland as far as Colleton County, North Carolina. Domestic storms, on the other hand, hit with regularity. But when the scantily clad body of a lawyer's promiscuous wife is found in a motel, the killing resounds like a thunderclap. With her handsome cousin a suspect in the murder, Judge Deborah Knott gets personally involved in the case. She soon uncovers a web of secret and illicit affairs that stretches from the African-American church community to Deborah's own family. Then murderer strikes again, even as a real-life killer storm rages up the Carolina coast.
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Review: Storm Track (Deborah Knott #7)User Review - Katherine Clark - Goodreads
My favorite, for reasons I don't quite understand, of the Maron series. Read for the Monograph. Won Best Agatha Novel 2000. (I think I liked it the best because it honed more closely to a mystery ... Read full review
Review: Storm Track (Deborah Knott #7)User Review - Sylvia McIvers - Goodreads
It's slightly weird re-reading a book after reading the next few books in the series. It's still a great book, but I find myself wanting to yell at the hero, "No, don't wait for that jerk to phone you ... Read full review