The eyes have it
Who was a two-bit private eye to tell Kerry Byfield that her eyewitness testimony had convicted an innocent man? After the grueling trial, Kerry just wanted to resume her copy-shop duties in Plano, Texas, and forget about the prominent attorney who'd killed his wife. But Tarkington Smith wasn't the kind of man to take no for an answer.
A cowboy Casanova with degrees from Harvard, Smith's shameless flirting couldn't be taken seriously. Neither could his outrageous theory that Kerry had been set up by the real killer. Then Kerry learned firsthand how dangerous it was to be seen with Smith. And she began to fear there was more to the murder--and to Smith--than met the eye.