Operating on an insider's tip, Julia and Vincent must go undercover to infiltrate an organized fraud ring led by a cruel, manipulative boss. But the closer they come to identifying the size and scope of the organization, the more they realize that their source has withheld vital information,... show more
Operating on an insider's tip, Julia and Vincent must go undercover to infiltrate an organized fraud ring led by a cruel, manipulative boss. But the closer they come to identifying the size and scope of the organization, the more they realize that their source has withheld vital information, causing them to make errors in their investigation--errors that may have grave consequences for an innocent victim.Meanwhile, Vincent and Julia must both confront mistakes from the past that could rise up to destroy their hopes for the future. Vincent's tenuous relationship with his son is tested once again. And now that Julia's search for her sister's rapist has finally paid off, how will Tricia and the rest of the family react to the news that she has been hiding her investigation from them all?Will Julia and Vincent unravel the fraud ring before someone innocent gets hurt? Will they be able to keep their families together? Will they cling to the belief that they have done right, or will they begin to see themselves as people At Fault? At Fault is the third book in the six-volume Southern Fraud series, which blends suspense, humor, and Southern charm with just a touch of romance. If you enjoy reading humorous mysteries or watching TV crime dramedies like Castle or The Mentalist, you should like the Southern Fraud series.Features* Approximately 77,000 words* Specially formatted for ebook* Linked table of contents* Full-color interior artThe Southern Fraud Series (in order)Absolute LiabilityDeath BenefitsAt FaultMoral Hazard--Coming Soon!
Publish date: 2013
Publisher: Whiteley Press, LLC
Edition language: English
Series: Southern Fraud Thriller (#3)
Of the Southern Fraud series, I think At Fault is my favorite as it displays the most character development in the series. Becton moves along the series-wide plots--Tricia's rape, Vincent and Julia's will they or won't they relationship--but still manages to change things up with a truly interesting...