A Clean Kill

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Random House Publishing Group, Dec 7, 2011 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Kate Baneberry died with a whimper, not a bang. One moment she was alive, an attractive woman married to a successful businessman. The next moment she was dead, and no one had the slightest suspicion until a lawyer got involved–and shook the legal system to its core....

Living on Alabama’s warm, windswept Gulf Coast, Tom McInnes attracts troubling cases and troubled clients. With the help of Dr. Kai-Li Cantil, a gorgeous psychologist with a knack for unraveling other people’s secrets, McInnes pries into Kate’s death and soon knows it was no accident. In a world of multimillion-dollar lawsuits, Kate Baneberry signed her own death warrant when she did her civic duty and served on a jury. Because someone out there has grabbed justice by the throat and won’t let go–until all the right people die....
 

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When Alabama lawyer Tom McInness (Sins of the Brother, Dog Island) looks into a woman's untimely death from food poisoning while she was on jury duty, he suddenly gains the close attention of some ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
7
Section 3
15
Section 4
23
Section 5
29
Section 6
37
Section 7
45
Section 8
54
Section 22
187
Section 23
195
Section 24
204
Section 25
213
Section 26
221
Section 27
230
Section 28
239
Section 29
246

Section 9
63
Section 10
73
Section 11
84
Section 12
92
Section 13
103
Section 14
112
Section 15
122
Section 16
132
Section 17
139
Section 18
145
Section 19
154
Section 20
172
Section 21
178
Section 30
255
Section 31
262
Section 32
272
Section 33
282
Section 34
289
Section 35
301
Section 36
310
Section 37
316
Section 38
324
Section 39
332
Section 40
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Birmingham attorney MIKE STEWART is the author of A Perfect Life, Sins of the Brother, Dog Island, and A Clean Kill. A native of Vredenburgh, a small South Alabama sawmill town located in Monroe County, he grew up exploring the woods, rivers, creeks, and seashores of the Deep South that now play a central role in his fiction. As a successful corporate attorney, Stewart has more than ten years' experience representing clients before the state and federal courts of Alabama. Five years ago, he left his position as General Counsel of a large healthcare company to devote full time to writing. He is at work on his next novel of suspense, which Dell will publish in 2007.

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