Cayman Heat

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Cayman Heat
by Connie Reeves Cooke

Wealth, Power, Privilege

Multi-millionaire Houston attorney Reese Mallory and his wife, Lynn, had all of that and much more. But when they and their four best friends decide to take a spur of the moment trip to the Mallorys palatial Grand Cayman home, no one could have imagined that Reese would mysteriously disappear on the groups scuba diving trip to Caymans famed and dangerous North Wall.

Two years later, Reeses scuba gear-clad skeletal remains are found tied to a piece of coral deep in an underwater cave on the North Wall. Within days of the grisly discovery, bodies begin turning up on the island after the news is released that Reese didnt just disappear he was murdered.

Grand Caymans hottest expat private investigator, Koral Sanders, is called into the investigation by her good friend, Royal Caymanian Police Chief Aron Ebanks, to help track down the killer. Korals life spirals down an explosive and deadly trail of greed, deception, adultery, and big Texas money from Houston to Grand Cayman to find out who wanted Reese Mallory dead and why.

About the Author

Connie Reeves Cooke is the author of Fade to Dark and is a former magazine and television society columnist. She has been active in Houstons social and charitable fundraising scene for many years, chairing numerous galas and luncheons for education, the arts, medical organizations, and animal welfare. She is the president of the board of the Houston Humane Society and has received several prestigious honors for her volunteerism and fundraising. The former model lives in Houston and the Texas Hill Country with her husband, Clayton, and their two Chihuahuas. She enjoys scuba diving, tennis, and traveling the world. For more information, go to www.conniereevescooke.com.

(2012, paperback, 278 pages)