Body Politic: A Griffin Dowell Suspense Novel

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Barbour Pub., 2003 - Fiction - 395 pages
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A lawyer for the rich politicians, Griffin Dowell has always looked the other way when it came to shady political conduct. He've even used his legal skills to convince other prying eyes to do the same. But when his CPA friend is murdered and the powers that be attempt to kill Griffin, his legal work suddenly becomes very personal. Meanwhile, Dr. Avraham Hegel--the top researcher in embro brainstem cell transplantation and a reluctant political ally of the first lady--commits suicide on a lonely country road, leaving his assistant, Amanda Collins, a package, written post-mortem instructions, and an old naked rubber doll. Amanda soon discovers people are willing to kill for what she has, and they will if she does not dicipher the mysteries suddenly surrounding her life. Two unlikely people, worlds apart, each struggle to uncover deception and deadly greed in hearts of the nations political power brokers. -- Amazon.

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User Review  - LadyDartagnan - Borders

I picked this book up on a whim and I loved it. I made my mother and most of my friends read it, they also loved it. IT WAS AWESOME. THe story is well developed and it is believable, Griffin Dowell could almost be real. Read full review

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Godwin is an attorney in New Orleans, specializing in medical malpractice litigation. He holds a PhD in microbiology and toxicology.

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