Flashpoint

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Penguin Group, 1997 - Fiction - 299 pages
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With her father lying terribly injured in the hospital, the daughter of a powerful African-American senator investigates the suspicious circumstances surrounding the hit-and-run accident that left him comatose. Digging deep despite the danger, she uncovers a pattern of revenge and deceit stretching far into her father's past, and to a shocking, 30-year-old secret that someone is willing to kill to protect.

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When her highly respected senator father is seriously injured in a suspicious hit-and-run accident, and then the man who was planning an expose of the senator's past ends up murdered, publishing ... Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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