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Mystery novelist A. W. Gray made his nonfiction debut with this provocative true-crime account of sex, incest, infidelity, drugs, and murder—one that raises doubts about the justice that was served in this case.
In this spine-chilling courtroom drama, beautiful thirtysomething defense attorney Sharon Hays takes on the case of Midge Rathermore, the teenage daughter of a Texas millionaire, who is accused of hiring a hit man to kill her father. In addition to her case, Sharon finds herself and her daughter being stalked by a savage sexual psychopath.
lover was really about, though she slipped away and disappeared before she could be arrested.
Five years later, Jake is the lieutenant in charge of LAPD's Homicide Division. Dusty has been hiding out in Northern California under an assumed name, has married ant taken on two stepchildren that she loves as if they were her own. But her past comes back to haunt her as her former criminal boss makes contact and threatens exposure unless she returns to L.A. and elinates his kill list of enemies. Dusty doesn't want to take on the brutal assignment, but knows she has no choice, so goes about regaining her chops as a killer and steals back into Los Angeles.
Immediately on Dusty's return a string of murders begins, and Jake is put in charge of the police investigation. As he delves further into the case, he realizes that the modus operandi is Dusty's and hers alone, and that he is in a desperate race to stop his former lover and bring her to justice. The case takes him from the confines of Parker Center to the beaches of Northern California, and to a Half Moon Bay showdown where he must take down the woman he secretly still loves.
Bino Phillips is one of the best defenders in all Dallas. He is known for defending disreputable characters and fighting for justice—even against high political interests if necessary. For the honest but politically unpopular federal judge Emmett Burns, Bino Phillips is the last hope. Burns is about to be indicted on trumped-up charges, and his gorgeous but reckless daughter, Ann, has gotten into some trouble of her own.