L.A. Justice

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Signet, 2002 - Fiction - 454 pages
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Deputy D.A. Nikki Hill returns, taking on a high-profile murder case. While trying to keep her sanity and build a love life with Detective Virgil Sykes, Nikki prosecutes a rich man charged with killing his fiance. During the sensational trial, Nikki watches as her case unravels--and suddenly finds herself in an explosive drama of big-time crooks and at least one murderous psychopath who won't stop killing.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

With Lochte (The Neon Smile, 1995, etc.) once more serving as copilot, O.J. prosecutor turned so-so novelist Darden (The Trials of Nikki Hill, 1999) does better in his second fictional effort ... Read full review

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User Review  - Laurie Stoll - Goodreads

I have to say Christopher Darden makes a better writer than he does a lawyer. He was one of the attorney's from the prosecutor's office in the OJ Simpson debacle. Read full review

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Christopher Darden was the assistant prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson trial. He is the bestselling author of In Contempt and coauthor of The Trials of Nikki Hill.

Dick Lochte is an acclaimed mystery writer, screenwriter, and critic for the L.A. Times. He has won the Nero Wolfe Award and been nominated for the Edgar, Shamus, and Anthony Awards.

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