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Novice federal prosecutor, Lauren Kingsley, has just been handed the opportunity of a lifetime - prosecuting a militia terrorist responsible for the devastating bombing of an IRS building.
To Lauren, this case is her chance to prove to her longtime friend and mentor, Judge Wilson Caufeld, that she’s got what it takes to succeed in the high-stakes world of criminal justice. But when Caufeld is found shot to death, Lauren is in over her head, trapped in a maze of conspiracy, corruption, and secrets leading right up to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Caught in the middle of a fierce tug-of-war between an FBI agent with his own agenda and a colleague whose loyalty is questionable, Lauren must decide who she can trust before she becomes the next mark of a vicious killer.
“With a cast of characters as real as your own next-door neighbors, and an easily identifiable story, the book is impossible to put down.”
For Josie the stakes are higher - it's personal. Racing against time to prove someone is framing Archer, her faith in him is tested by his honesty regarding his feelings about his stepson. Finally, she finds the truth lies with not in Archer's words but with a long-forgotten silent witness.
"This story was inspired when I heard a stepfather talking about rights and responsibilities. It seemed his honest feelings about his stepchildren were rewarded with legal action and vilification. I wondered what would happen to a person who told the truth even though the truth seemed heartless. Is it better to make a promise and not live up to it or be upfront about our too-human limitations?" Rebecca Forster
"Fast-paced with a chilling conclusion." - D.W. Buffa
Stepping back into the world of privilege and power, forced to face her feelings for a man she once loved, Josie is determined to win this case - even if she looses everything she holds dear.
"Living in Los Angeles makes one aware that the rich have a leg up in our legal system. People of privilege have a lot to protect and people they love can be at the end of the list." Rebecca Forster
"Riveting" - USA Today
"Enthralling" - Nancy Taylor Rosenberg
"This story was inspired by a case my husband handled. As a superior court judge he had to sentence a minor to life in prison. It made me wonder how I felt about minors arrested for violent crimes. Are they most vulnerable among us - capable or horrible violence, perceived as adults and yet emotionally still children?" Rebecca Forster
"An enthralling read, with colorful, well-developed characters and the unique atmosphere of the California beach communities." Nancy Taylor Rosenberg
"Blending complex psychological character portraits with spot-on accurage courtroom drmaa, Forster's riveting legal thriller keeps the plot twists coming until the last, satisfying page." - Alafair Burke
Charging through the crush of bodies, evading security, a frantic man launches himself at Josie. Toppling her to the ground, he pushes something into her hands, puts his lips against her ear and whispers five words that will send her from the icy winter of Washington, D.C. to the tropical warmth of Hawaii in search of Hannah. What Josie finds is a horrific, long buried truth that will change her life forever - if she stays alive long enough to live it.
In a remote mountain community, the execution of a grocer and the abduction of a world-renowned model leave Sheriff Dove Connolley searching for a connection, two killers and a woman who is running for her life. Obsessed with finding Tessa Bradley before it's too late, Dove's investigation leads him into a shadowy world where nothing is as it seems, hope is bought and paid for and death has many faces.