Honor thy father and thy mother.
Stress is a constant in Detective Miriam Rome's life due to her heavy caseload. Now she's facing an especially gruesome crime: a pediatrician's wife has been brutally murdered, and a Bible verse written in her blood is found at the scene. As the tranquil city of Union Park, Texas, is left reeling, Detective Rome pursues every possible lead in her search for the murderer.
When a second slaying - and second bloody quote - seems to confirm that a serial killer is at large, Rome is forced to turn to her former partner for his particular insight. Father Augustine Treece had walked away from police work, but now Rome's request has drawn him back into the grisly world he thought he'd left behind.
Working to stay ahead of the murders, Detective Rome and Father Treece must forgive their past to protect the next victim...a task that tests Rome's limits when the killer hits too close to home.
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Rites of Wrongs
Solid A read. This was my second reading of this book with in two years. I was still trying to guess who done it till the end. The charaters pop off the page. As I cheer on the main character, I feel the real life she suffer through with parents, siblings, and boyfriend. Still no 2nd book. #tagsgiving