Suspicion of Malice

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E-Reads, Sep 19, 2006 - Fiction
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Gail Connor and Anthony Quintana make a combustible mix on many levels. Passionately attracted to each other on a personal level, they are equally passionate defenders of their clients even when their interests donit always work in tandem. Set all this against the sultry background of a Miami that is riddled with crime and corruption, drowning in drugs, illegal immigrants and shady deals, simmering with a melting-pot clash of cultures and you have a recipe for highly entertaining, hotly explosive crime and justice. In the fifth title in the Suspicion series, SUSPICION OF MALICE, Gail and Anthony have recently broken up and find themselves on opposite sides of a tangled case when his teenage daughter comes to her to defend her boyfriend in a capital murder case. Gail takes the case, expecting to have easy access to a reluctant but nonetheless available exonerating witnessountil she meets her witnessis lawyer, Anthony Quintana. The personal and professional passions run high with a young manis life on the line and conflict of interest in the air.

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Review: Suspicion of Malice (Gail Connor and Anthony Quintana #5)

User Review  - Pauline Rogers - Goodreads

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Review: Suspicion of Malice (Gail Connor and Anthony Quintana #5)

User Review  - Betsy - Goodreads

basic suspense, mystery. i enjoyed that it was set in the Miami area. good read Read full review

About the author (2006)

Barbara Parker was born in Columbia, South Carolina on January 28, 1947. She studied drama at the University of South Florida. Before graduation she switched her major to history and then went to law school at the University of Miami. She worked as a prosecutor in the state attorney's office in Miami and then went into private practice. She also received a master's degree in creative writing from Florida International University (Miami). Initially, she began writing stories for her son, but it soon became a hobby and eventually her new career. Her first mystery, Suspicion of Innocence, was published in 1994 and became a CBS Movie of the Week entitled Sisters and Other Strangers. She wrote 12 novels during her lifetime including Blood Relations, Criminal Justice, The Dark of Day, and the Suspicion series. She died on March 7, 2009 at the age of 62.

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