A Greater Glory

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Center Point Pub., 2003 - Fiction - 335 pages
3 Reviews
Kit Shannonís calling to pursue justice had long been solely in the hands of men, but she was determined to forge ahead, and in 1905 Los Angeles, having proved her ability, she practices law. In A Greater Glory, Kit takes up the cause of a society woman who fears her dark past will be exposed by a disreputable newspaper. But when the stakes become murder, Kit must find out why anyone would want to frame her client. With help from the up-and-coming magician, Harry Houdini, she pulls out a few tricks of her own in a stunning courtroom drama. Kitís pursuit of justice has never been so importantóor so personal.

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Review: A Greater Glory (The Trials of Kit Shannon #4)

User Review  - Mariam aka MiMi - Goodreads

I liked this book because of the female protagonist, Kit Shannon, who gets head in the 1800s, in a male dominant profession. Read full review

Review: A Greater Glory (The Trials of Kit Shannon #4)

User Review  - Connie - Goodreads

This is another entertaining book in the "Trials of Kit Shannon" series. I call these books "Nancy Drew mysteries for adults with a fundamentalist Christian twist." Read full review


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James Scott Bell, a former trial lawyer, is the bestselling author of Try Dying, The Whole Truth, No Legal Grounds, Deadlock, and Sins of the Fathers. A winner of the Christy Award for excellence in Christian fiction, he lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Cindy. Visit his website at www.jamescottbell.com.

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