Pursuit of Justice

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Wheeler, 1999 - Fiction - 500 pages
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Mimi Latt, author of the bestselling Powers of Attorney, is back with a gripping novel of a woman caught in a web of murder & legal intrigue, played out against Los Angeles' world of high-stakes lawyers & ruthless power brokers. Rebecca Morland & her husband, Ryan, epitomized a happy couple until one night at a yacht party thrown by a wealthy, politically ambitious business man, Ryan vanished. Two days later his body was found. Now Rebecca is faced with many unanswered questions about the identity of her husband. In an attempt to discover the truth she puts herself in grave danger as the list of suspects becomes close, entrusted friends.... Pursuit of Justice keeps the reader turning the pages until the last surprise.

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Laural Merlington offers a serviceable yet uninspired reading of this classic David and Goliath tale about a widow who takes on her husband's law firm after his suspicious suicide. Rebecca and Ryan ... Read full review

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This is part legal/political thriller but mostly an old fashioned who done it. Lots of characters,with motive, secrets etc. 1998 copyright so at times I caught myself asking why are you using public telephones etc. But, the date doesn't impair the story at all. It was enjoyable read. Read full review

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Latt is a former trial lawyer

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