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True Evil by Greg Iles
In True Evil, FBI Special Agent Alex Morse comes home to Mississippi as her sister lies dying. Just before dying, her sister tells Alex that her husband has murdered her and to protect her son from the murderous spouse. Alex Morse uncovers a string of mysterious deaths of affluent spouses, and discovers that the same divorce attorney is connected to them all. She uncovers a murder for hire scheme where someone has created a viral-induced cancer that makes each death look a like disease-caused death rather than one induced by injection. Morse approaches a man she believes will be the next target, although he finds it hard to believe his beautiful wife would want him dead. Those who can watch their spouses die an agonizing death rather than suffer the expense of a divorce are those that know true evil. Greg Iles' thriller has received positive reviews with the Washington Post saying, "True Evil will be too dark for some readers, but for those who enjoy lush, full-tilt thrillers, it will be engrossing and fun."