L.A. Justice

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Signet, Mar 1, 2002 - Fiction - 454 pages
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In The Trials of Nikki Hill, the "literary dream team" (Entertainment Weekly) of world-famous prosecutor Christopher Darden and award-winning novelist Dick Lochte delivered a "whiplash plot...[and] one heck of a closing" (People). Here they return with Deputy DA Nikki Hill and a high-profile murder case that takes hold of her life-and won't let go...As a woman, Nikki Hill is trying to keep her sanity and build a steady love life with detective Virgil Sykes. As an L.A. prosecutor, however, Nikki lives from crisis to crisis. Now, in the headline-grabbing trial of a rich man charged with killing his fiancÉe, Nikki watches as her case begins to unravel-and suddenly finds herself in an explosive drama of big-time crooks, reckless cops, and at least one murderous psychopath who won't stop killing...

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User Review  - Laurie Stoll - Goodreads

I have to say Christopher Darden makes a better writer than he does a lawyer. He was one of the attorney's from the prosecutor's office in the OJ Simpson debacle. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Darden won international recognition as an assistant prosecutor on the O.J. Simpson criminal trial.

Lochte is a former book columnist for the Los Angeles Times, he is a drama critic for Los Angeles Magazine. He lives in Southern California with his wife, son, and a seventy-five-pound Bouvier with the body of a bear and the soul of a poet.