Angel of Death

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Macmillan, Oct 15, 1998 - Fiction - 383 pages
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To the African-American community in San Antonio, Malachi Reese is a saint, a community leader, a man who feeds the hungry and houses the homeless. To San Antonio District Attorney Chris Sinclair, Reese is the Angel of Death: a vicious killer possessed by the need for power and willing to do whatever it takes to gain it. Determined to see justice done, Sinclair overcomes incredible odds to see Reese convicted of murder and sentenced to Death Row.

But Malachi Reese has not been defeated. From Death Row, he threatens to destroy Sinclair, to take him to the very top and cast him back down. As a series of seemingly unrelated crimes begins, Sinclair feels the power of Reese descending upon him, and finds that enemies are allies and allies are enemies, and that truth and justice are much more shades of gray than an issue of Black and White.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
9
Chapter 2
33
Chapter 3
45
Chapter 4
71
Chapter 5
101
Chapter 6
125
Chapter 7
143
Chapter 8
171
Chapter 9
191
Chapter 10
219
Chapter 11
239
Chapter 12
271
Chapter 13
309
Chapter 14
335
Chapter 15
357
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About the author (1998)

Jay Brandon is the author of twelve critically acclaimed novels, including the Edgar Award-nominated Fade the Heat. As an attorney, Brandon has practiced at the highest criminal court in Texas, the Court of Criminal Appeals. He continues to practice family and criminal law. Brandon lives in San Antonio with his wife and three children.

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