Keeping Counsel

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 1996 - Fiction - 412 pages
3 Reviews
Attorney Tara Linley has always believed in the power and fairness of the law. All that changes when she takes on her friend's latest lover as a client. After she reluctantly agrees to represent him, Tara discovers the real reason Bill Hamilton has sought her out -- and the shocking crime he has committed. If she divulges his confession, she could be disbarred; if she keeps his counsel, he could kill again.

"The perfect legal thriller. Impossible to put down". -- Laurie L. Levenson, TV Network Correspondent.

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User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

The book was one of the worst books I have ever read. The plot droned on so badly I thought I might need to gouge my own eyes out. The entire book was not believable in the least and the main ... Read full review

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User Review  - Peggy - Goodreads

When a killer confesses to his attorney and asks her to get him help, she is forced by her legal oath to keep his secret despite the fact that he is mentally unstable, dangerous and dating her best ... Read full review


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