Double indemnity / Robert Whitlow.
Matt and Elena Thompson present the picture of perfection. But their enviable life isn't all it seems. Their marriage is on the rocks, and financial disaster looms. Then Matt is killed in a hunting accident, and the questions and accusations begin to mount. Attorney Liz Acosta, newly arrived in the mountains of north Georgia after graduating from law school, plans to get some job experience on her resume before returning home to seek a position with a big-time firm. Drawn to philosophy, theology, and nature, intellectual pastor Connor Grantham isn't sure that sheperding a rural congregation is what he ultimately wants to do with his life. But after he meets the brilliant and energetic Liz, he's finally beginning to feel more at home in north Georgia. While Liz and Connor spend more time with each other and discover just how compatible two people from wildly different backgrounds can be, they're also being drawn into the shadowy world of Matt and Elena Thompson. As the couple's marriage counselor, Connor finds himself in the middle of their explosive arguments. As Elena's attorney, Liz is caught in the tailspin created by Matt's death. Together, Connor and Liz attempt to solve the mystery of what really happened to Matt. If his death is ruled an accident, then the double indemnity clause in his life insurance would go into effect, essentially doubling the payout. But as Liz sorts through the legal paperwork of who stands to gain an immense sum of money from Matt's death, Connor is accused of the unthinkable with much more at stake than millions of dollars. -- Provided by publisher.
- ISBN: 9780785234746
- ISBN: 0785234748
- ISBN: 9780785234739
- ISBN: 078523473X
- Physical Description: 420 pages ; 21 cm
- Publisher: Nashville, TN : Thomas Nelson, 
- Copyright: ©2023
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