Southern Comfort

Southern Comfort

Book - 2011
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The crack head killed the family of Atlanta PD homicide detective Patrick "Tick" Kelly. Unable to cope with the deaths of the woman he was married to for fifteen years and knew since seventh grade, and that of their two children, Tick retires from the force and moves to Mango Key, Florida where he plans to write crime novels. Once he stops getting drunk, he becomes a successful author. Kate Rush left DEA to return home to Miami. However, she cannot resist doing a surveillance of an alleged human trafficking ring in Mango Key. Kate and her female partner Sandy think Tick and his brother Pete are part of the operation, but quickly change their minds. As Kate and Tick fight their attraction, they team up to end the horrific selling of humans.
Publisher: New York : Kensington Pub. Corp., c2011
ISBN: 9780758227171
9781420103663
Branch Call Number: MICH
Characteristics: 248 p. ; 24 cm

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sweetpea916 Jul 05, 2011

Hard to put down once you start reading.

debwalker Apr 28, 2011

A reclusive homicide detective comes out of self-imposed exile for another chance at love and a new case.

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