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Twelve Wounds by [Rodriguez, Carmen, Lehrer, Steven]

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A put-upon prosecutor investigates a racially charged murder in this spicy legal drama. It seems like an open-and-shut case when a Hasidic Jewish man is stabbed to death on a Brooklyn street, and his alleged assailant, identified by three witnesses, is caught minutes later by the Hasidic Shomrim foot patrol. It's 1991, the Crown Heights crime scene is a powder keg of ethnic tension, and the perp is a Puerto Rican man. The Hasidim want a quick conviction, while the Hispanic community cries racial profiling. Assistant district attorney Carmen Rodriguez-used to being on the receiving end of bigoted presumptions-finds herself navigating a political minefield. Then the witnesses turn out to be unreliable (one, a Talmudic scholar, seems to be possessed by the spirit of a dead crack whore), an alibi surfaces for the defendant, a diamond is mysteriously stolen from the dead man's safe and Carmen wonders whether she's prosecuting the right man. Alas, her commitment to justice often clashes with her instinct for self-preservation. Carmen's boss, eager to placate the politically powerful Hasidim, insists that she sweep the case's untidy details under the rug...Out of Carmen's travails the authors craft a crime procedural that's lively...they stock the story with sharply drawn characters (the eternally kvetching but tough-as-nails presiding judge is a hoot), cannily observed procedural and intriguing courtroom twists that will keep readers guessing. An engrossing tale about the difficulty of discerning justice through the murk of New York's melting pot.

About the Author

Carmen Rodriguez was for five years an assistant district attorney in Brooklyn.

Steven Lehrer is a writer in New York. He is the author of four books.


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  • File Size: 574 KB
  • Print Length: 197 pages
  • Publication Date: December 14, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004GEAOZM
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