His father's death on a deserted road is regarded as a natural passing, but Sergeant Joe Brown suspects foul play. He has his suspicions, and when his prime suspect is suddenly found dead too, he is charged with the murder. With Brown's reputation and career at stake, it's up to prosecutor Gardner Lawson to defeat flamboyant defense attorney Kent King in a trial that will take many shocking twists and turns before arriving at its shattering conclusion.
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This is the third in a trilogy of novels (e.g., Silent Son, Warner, 1994) involving western Maryland state's attorney Gardner Lawson and his devious adversary, defense attorney Kent King. This time ... Read full review
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