Body of Evidence

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Mira, Mar 1, 2006 - Fiction - 410 pages
23 Reviews
Emma Lachance is taken by surprise when she runs into her old flame, Finn Duhon, at a construction site in Pointe Judah, Louisiana. But the last thing she expects to find is the corpse of her friend, a local journalist whose relentlessly scathing articles have enraged every lawmaker and opportunist in town, including the mayor -- Emma's husband. When more bodies are found, Emma and Finn wonder if the link is Secrets, an eclectic support group for women in which all the murder victims were members. A groups that has helped Emma find the strength to divorce her abusive, unfaithful husband. Could an innocent women's club drive a furious husband or boyfriend to murder, or are the killings only made to look as if that's the connection? Emma and Finn intend to find out -- before Emma becomes the next body of evidence.

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Review: Body of Evidence (Bayou #6)

User Review  - Teresa - Goodreads

There were times that I really didn't like him very much, and she was a bit too stupid to live and her whole attitude towards her divorce was ridiculous. There was too much sex that did not involve ... Read full review

Review: Body of Evidence (Bayou #6)

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Liked the mystery here. Love the south! Read full review


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Stella Cameron lives in Kirkland, WA.

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