Against the wind

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Viking, Aug 14, 1991 - Fiction - 423 pages
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Four members of an outlaw motorcycle gang stand accused of the gang-rape of a motel chamber maid and the brutal murder of her friend in the mountains outside Santa Fe. But they claim they are innocent--and only a brilliant yet down-on-his-luck defense attorney believes them. What develops is sure to be one of this fall's most talked-about thrillers, packed with courtroom drama, Native American ceremonies, prison riots and religious revival meetings.

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interesting plot but way too much dirty language. - Goodreads
Great portrayal of biker life. - Goodreads
Good plot and fast moving story. - Goodreads

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Different kind of legal story. Nothing too deep, but an interesting read. Read full review

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User Review  - Kathryn - Goodreads

This is a typical lawyer mystery. You can tell it's written by a male author - lots of sex and violence. Read full review


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J. F. Freedman lives in Santa Barbara, California.

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