YASTROW WRITES “suspense and mystery reminiscent of fellow lawyer-novelist Scott Turow... he entertainingly prepares the lay reader for fathoming the legal depths, so that readers can share the excitement.” - Chicago Sun – Times A doctor’s scare. A mother’s love. A court of law divided by lies... A DOCTOR... Steven Sinclair’s reputation is on the line in a malpractice case that could destroy everything he has. A MOTHER... Tracey Walton trusted Dr. Sinclair’s care of her unborn child. But one error in judgment resulted in an infant beyond medical help. A LAWYER... Charlie Mayfield will prosecute Sinclair for all he’s got his goal is a multimillion-dollar settlement. And he never backs down.
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