Santa Fe Rules Themes

Stuart Woods
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Deceit

When Wolf Willet married Julia, he believed that he was marrying an innocent, young woman whose worst trait might have been her inability to tell a lie. Upon her death, Wolf is not devastated, since he has only known her a short time, but he is saddened by the absence of such beauty in his life. Wolf's memories of Julia are all pleasant ones, memories that leave him wishing he had been a better husband to his young wife. However, as the investigation into Julia's murder begins, Wolf finds himself wondering just how well he knew his young wife.

Wolf soon learns that his wife, who had insisted on being in charge of the family finances, liquidated all his stocks, bonds, and retirement accounts, stealing from him nearly three million dollars. Wolf also learns that someone transferred these monies into a Cayman Island account weeks after Julia's death...

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